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Best practices for data center cooling and power management

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5 reasons to adopt liquid cooling

Compared with conventional air cooling, liquid cooling provides benefits for data center owners such as higher energy efficiency, smaller footprint, lower TCO, enhanced server reliability, lower noise, etc.

However, liquid cooling also has some drawbacks such as higher investment, retrofit or redesign of servers, new data center operation and maintenance skills required.

In other words, deciding whether liquid cooling is right for your organization will require some thought.

Check out this white paper to learn 5 considerations when thinking about adopting liquid cooling.

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  • Why are data centers turning to liquid cooling?

    Data center IT equipment generates a significant amount of heat within the small footprint of IT enclosures, and if not removed, can cause temperatures to rise beyond equipment specs leading to equipment failure.

    And with the traditional method of pumping in refrigerated air being limited and inefficient, the industry is looking elsewhere.

    Check out this white paper to learn why the data center industry is turning to liquid cooling, explore the different types of liquid cooling available, and discover design considerations to keep in mind.

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    Selecting the right IT cabinets for your business and application can be daunting. There are many IT hardware manufacturers and an equal number of diverse industrial companies that make IT cabinets. With such an important decision looming, it’s wise to review the basics.

    That is where this e-book from Rittal may come in handy.

    Access this e-book to learn 3 important factors that should guide the selection of an IT cabinet - with checklists to sanity check each component, and discover tips that will make the whole process easier and more effective.

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