E-Guide: Power and Cooling Best Practices for Large Data Centers

E-Guide: Power and Cooling Best Practices for Large Data Centers


As today’s data centers constantly evolve, increases in computer room and data center density and diversity are driving change in the power and cooling systems that business critical servers and communications devices depend on for their performance and reliability.

For many organizations, the IT infrastructure has evolved into an interdependent business network within the data center. A power failure can seriously impact entire operations and have major consequences for the business.

This expert e-guide from editors explores key power and cooling tips to optimize data center energy efficiency. In addition, discover best practices for backup power maintenance to ensure uninterrupted data center power.

Schneider Electric
12 Aug 2011
12 Aug 2011
15 Page(s)
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