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DEFINITION: A data center chiller is a cooling system used in a data center to remove heat from one element and deposit it into another element. Chillers are used by industrial facilities to cool the water used in their heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) units. Round-the-clock operation of chillers is crucial to data center operation, given the considerable heat produced by many servers operating  … 
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COOLING CAPACITY DEFINITION (continued): …  in close proximity to one another. Without them, temperatures would quickly rise to levels that would corrupt mission-critical data and destroy hardware. The development of powerful chillers and associated computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units has allowed modern data centers to install highly concentrated server clusters, particularly racks of blade servers. Like many consumer and industrial air conditioners, however, chillers consume immense amounts of electricity and require dedicated power supplies and significant portions of annual energy budgets. In fact, chillers typically consume … 
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