Data Center TCO - A Comparison of High-density and Low-density Spaces
sponsored by Intel Corporation

One of the most common misconceptions in this period of growth is that the total cost of ownership (TCO) of a new data center is lower with a low-density design. In fact, the most efficient new data centers are those with high-density designs, which leverage virtualization to reduce TCO by millions.

This white paper explains why and offers suggestions for successful operations in the high-density data center. Key considerations include:

  • Airflow distribution challenges
  • Server uniformity
  • Airflow velocities
  • Hot aisle temperature
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