This white paper details how indirect air economizer-based cooling will lower the cost of running your data center without the same risk as directly exposing your infrastructure to the outdoor air.
By replacing aging single-core processor-based servers with new, more energy-efficient servers, you can gain capacity to grow and to increase IT performance using fewer servers. The estimated cost savings from energy and other operating cost efficiencies can pay for new servers in a an estimated 8 months.
Typical data centers draw more than twice as much power as IT loads require. The cost associated with this power consumption is considerable and often avoidable. Get tips on reducing electrical waste and learn about better ways to measure efficiency.
This white paper offers an explanation as to why temperature cooling control may be a considerably better option over pressure control when it comes to increasing power usage efficiency in the data center. Download now to learn how you can create reliability and reduce the impact on IT equipment.
IBM can help you evaluate the costs and long-term benefits of your current energy strategy. Start with a basic one-day energy assessment or get a full profile of your data center with IBM Thermal Analysis for High Density Computing.
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