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Deploying High-Density Pods in a Low-Density Data Center
New breakthroughs in power and cooling technology allow for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones with an existing or new low-density center. This white paper explains how the independence of these high-density zones allows for predictable and reliable operation of high-density equipment without a negative impact on the performance of existing low-power cooling and power infrastructure.
AuthorsNeil Rasmussen Senior VP of innovation, APC Neil Rasmussen Senior VP of innovation for APC. He establishes the technology direction for the world largest R&D budget devoted to power, cooling, and rack infrastructure for critical networks. Neil is currently working to advance the science of high-efficiency, high-density scalable datacenter infrastructure solutions and is the principal architect of the APC infrastructure system.
Victor Avelar Strategic Research Analyst, APC Victor Avelar is responsible research in data center design operations and consults with clients on risk assessment and design practices to optimize the availability of their data center environments.