sponsored by Intel Corporation
Posted:  31 Aug 2007
Published:  01 Nov 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  20  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Learn how using a holistic approach to designing an air-cooled data center, you can achieve breakthrough power and heat densities of 15 kilowatts (kW) per cabinet and more than 500 watts per square foot (WPSF) of server room area, at a lower cost than most other data center designs.

 

This white paper discusses air cooling issues and how to develop design principles based on best-known methods. These designs include a two-story building, a retrofit of an existing facility, and a data center without an RMF.




Authors

Doug Garday
Center Design Engineer with Intel Information Technology ,  Intel Corporation
Doug Garday is a data center design engineer with Intel Information Technology.

Daniel Costello
Manager of Data Center Designs and Standards with Intel Information Technology ,  Intel Corporation
Daniel Costello is the manager of data center designs and standards with Intel Information Technology.



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