PTS Data Center Solutions' Vice President Michael Petrino featured in Processor
Article on Capacity Planning
Franklin Lakes, NJ, February 27th, 2009 -
PTS Data Center Solutions today announced that the company's
Vice President Michael Petrino was featured in a Processor.com
"Capacity Planning: Tips to Help You Prepare for the
Future of Your Data Center". Processor.com is a leading
trade publication that provides updates on the latest news and
trends for IT professionals in the data center industry.
Published February 27th, 2009 (Vol. 31, Issue 31, Page 12 in print issue),
this article discusses various ways network and data center managers can prepare for the future of
their data center operations by implementing preventive measures. PTS Data Center Solutions'
vice president Michael Petrino recommends the use of high-powered software that offers tools
with 3D graphics for space, power and cooling capacity, and redundancy planning. Petrino quotes,
"With an accurate room model, we are able to take information regarding new
systems and run multiple room and rack cooling capacity and redundancy planning
scenarios as to where in the room the heat generated can be most effectively
dissipated without impacting other systems."
Other featured commentators in this article include
Roger Hockaday, director of marketing for EMEA at Aruba Networks,
in addition to Charlie Mayne, President of IT Watchdogs. To read the full
article, please visit
About Michael Petrino
Michael is the vice president of PTS Data Center Solutions. Having worked as a data
center consultant, designer, and project manager for hundreds of client projects, Petrino is renowned
for his expertise in the data center industry. In his role at PTS Data Center Solutions, Petrino is
an integral part of the data center design firm's ongoing success.
About PTS Data Center Solutions
Founded in 1998, PTS Data Center Solutions
is a premiere data center design firm and turnkey solutions
provider, offering a broad range of project experience,
specializing in designing data centers, computer rooms and
technical spaces that integrate 'best-of-breed', critical
infrastructure technologies and result in continuously
available, scalable, redundant, fault-tolerant, manageable, and
maintainable mission critical environments.