An understanding of the 9 types of cooling systems and their attributes can be used to develop guidelines for when each type should be used, and such guidelines are provided in this paper for both raised floor and hard floor applications.
As power densities continue to increase in today's data centers, heat removal is quickly becoming a greater concern. This paper explains cooling terms in common language, providing an essential reference for IT professionals and data centers.
Every Information Technology professional who is responsible for the operation of computing equipment needs to understand the function of air conditioning in the data center or network room. This introductory paper explains the function of basic components of an air conditioning system for a computer room.
This paper addresses the greatest environmental threats to the functionality of small to medium computer rooms and presents the time and cost savings associated with the integration of a remote monitoring system.
Hot spots can seriously reduce the efficiency of an organization's computer equipment. Read this Presentation Transcript for expert tips on remediating your data center's hot spots and discover the costs associated with the task.
Hot spots can seriously reduce the efficiency of an organization's computer equipment. Watch this webcast for expert tips on remediating your data center's hot spots and discover the costs associated with the task.
The quest for efficiency improvement raises questions regarding the optimal air temperature for data centers. The goal is to find the optimal temperature range where the combined IT and cooling load is minimized. Data presented is based upon actual sealed testing of different cooling systems when subjected to the simulated composite server...
This paper explains how to plan for VoIP power and cooling needs, and describes simple, fast, reliable, and cost effective strategies for upgrading old facilities and building new facilities.
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