IT equipment mounted in racks cools itself by drawing ambient air from the data center or network room. If the heated exhaust air is allowed to return to the air inlet of the equipment, an undesirable overheating condition may occur. This paper explains how this problem compromises the cooling process and the benefit of using air blanking panels.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The trend of increasing heat densities in data centers has held consistent with advances in computing technology for many years. As power density increased, it became evident that the degree of difficulty in cooling these higher power demand loads was also increasing.
Many IT professionals are finding that dedicated precision cooling is the right solution to provide the ideal environment for sensitive electronics. Read this paper to learn why precision cooling is the optimal choice for keeping data centers cool in the most cost-effective way.
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