ETS-Lindgren Contributes EMP Expertise at Data Center World Conference

CEDAR PARK, Texas, April 11, 2014 ETS-Lindgren announced Michael Caruso, Director of Government and Specialty Business Development with ETS-Lindgren, will participate as an invited speaker at this years Data Center World the premier conference for data center and facilities management professionals. Mr. Caruso will present as part of a panel discussion in the general session titled, Protecting Data Centers against Intentional Electromagnetic Interference and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse. Other speakers and EMP experts on the panel include Thomas Popik, Chairman and Co-Founder, Foundation for Resilient Societies and Dr. George H. Baker, CEO, BAYCOR, LLC. The session is scheduled on Wednesday, April 30 at 8:00 am in the Grand Ballroom of The Mirage Hotel and Convention Center.Natural disasters used to be the only threat to the U.S. Power Grid, but today Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI) and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) have created a new set of challenges and put reliable data center operations at risk, advised Mr. Caruso. As part of the panel discussion at Data Center World, technology-driven managers will hear about this growing threat. Well also discuss the most cost-effective and practical protective measures currently available. Its important for those responsible for an organizations data transfer and storage to be educated about IEMI and HEMP.For further information about ETS-Lindgrens Red Edge Pulse Protection products and services, view the website or attend Data Center World in Las Vegas, April 28 May 2, 2014. ETS-Lindgren will participate as an exhibitor in booth 207. For more information about Data Center World, click here.