Anthony Pinkey, National Accounts Manager, Mitsubishi Electrical Power Products
Silicon-Carbide (SiC) is replacing Silicon (Si) as the conductor of electricity in power conversion modules used by many different industries. This presentation will describe the semiconductor conduction process which will help to explain the benefits of Silicon Carbide to Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS).
About the Speaker
Anthony Pinkey is the National Accounts Manager for Mitsubishi Electric Power Products. Born, raised and educated in New York City, Anthony has held various sales management, product management and marketing positions in the power quality industry for the past 30 years. He joined Mitsubishi Electric in February of 2016 and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in the Nuclear Science Sequence from Manhattan College. He has written numerous articles for trade publications and frequently speaks at IEEE meetings.
Jim Martin, Global Connectivity Product Manager, Eaton
When it comes to cybersecurity, safeguarding power equipment may not always rank top of mind. Yet with hackers relentlessly exploiting new devices in innovative ways, coupled with more employees working remotely than ever before, vulnerabilities are emerging that you may not have previously considered. Because infrastructure equipment is smarter and more interconnected than ever before, deploying an end-to-end cyber defense solution has become absolutely essential.
Eaton uniquely understands the severity of threats faced by today’s organizations and how to best protect yourself from cybersecurity attacks. We’ve developed an entire portfolio of products with ingrained measures to prevent intrusion and mitigate risks. While there are different ways to address both cyber and physical security in power equipment, our solutions work in harmony to provide resilient, layered protection that help keep your operations and personnel safe.
About the Speaker
James Martin is the Global Connectivity Product Manager at Eaton. Jim can guide you through software demonstrations, proof-of-concepts, and power management pilots. He has promoted Eaton’s software and connectivity solutions for the past 9 years and built trusted technical advisor relationships with channel partners, field sales and sales operations.
Chris Barton, General Sales Manager, N C Power Systems
Chris Blazevich, Area Sales Manager, N C Power Systems
Rick Walkup, Western Region Data Center Manager, Caterpillar, Inc.
This presentation will provide an update on the N C Power Systems organization and alignment to deliver on data center power generation projects. Included will be a highlight of new products, emission profiles, and the positive impact on total cost. The talk will also introduce hydrogen fuel generator solutions and their future application.
About the Speakers
Chris serves as the General Sales Manager at N C Power Systems. He has over 15 years of power generation experience in North America having worked for Caterpillar, Cummins, and most recently N C Power Systems. Chris has an undergraduate degree in engineering and post-graduate degree in business.
Chris is the Area Sales Manager at N C Power Systems and has over 20 years of power generation and diesel engine experience in Washington having worked in both the marine and electric power industries. Over his career, Chris has held roles in engineering, sales, and management. Chris has an undergraduate degree in engineering.
Rick is the Caterpillar Western Region Data Center Manager. Rick has 20 years of experience with Caterpillar with both heavy equipment and power generation products, supporting N C Power Systems and Washington data center customers for the last 4 years. Over his career with Caterpillar, Rick has held roles as a factory engineer, field-follow engineer, territory manger, and most recently data center account manager. Rick holds an undergraduate degree in engineering.
Christopher Perez, Principal Project Manager for Azure Global, Microsoft
Around the world, there are significant cloud computing and storage needs in areas with adverse conditions, where low communication, disrupted network availability and limited access to specialized infrastructure would have previously prevented taking advantage of cloud computing. The MDC concept solves this by bringing Azure to these environments, providing datacenter scale compute resources closest to where they're needed.
About the Speaker
Christopher Perez is a Principal Program Manager for Azure Global at Microsoft and previously a Senior Advisor with Puget Sound Energy. He provides insight and consulting to all aspects of Data Center construction, migration, and management. Leveraging background in DCIM, telecommunications, electrical and other disciplines he currently provides that expertise on behalf of Microsoft Azure Global.