Fiber Optics: Enabling the Green

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Reducing electricity costs and improving air flow are real concerns in the data center. Corning will provide unique solutions to solve these problems. This presentation will outline four areas in the data center where fiber optic cabling will have the most impact on reducing energy costs. These are:

  • Investments in technology
  • Various data center layouts
  • Containment
  • Improved air flow

Eric Klaiber


Eric Klaiber
Data Center Marketing Specialist – Corning

For the past seven years, Eric Klaiber has been involved in industries at the forefront of technology. As the data center marketing specialist for Corning Cable Systems, Eric is responsible for implementing the technical aspects of marketing strategy. This includes being the subject matter expert for the TIA-942 Standard and creating marketing strategies using this standard. Eric is also in charge of the Corning Cable Systems webinar program. Prior to this position, Eric spent two years as a field engineer for Corning Cable Systems, where he installed and tested fiber optic systems for Enterprise and Carrier Networks customers. He was responsible for teaching fiber optic training classes and also became a certified instructor for the Fiber Optic Association. This hands-on experience helped him understand the nuances of designing and installing a fiber optic network that performs efficiently, effectively and reliably. Eric has a Bachelor of Science in physics from Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., and a Master of Science Management in project management from Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, Colo.