This whitepaper explains the need for local and dynamic airflow delivery technology and illustrates how these technologies work together with existing IT cooling systems to meet this variable load demand while maintaining high reliability and lowering energy costs.
Power and cooling expenses within the data center have begun to skyrocket. Hardware vendors are working to make more energy efficient equipment available, but companies cannot afford to wait. Learn about 5 steps that can decrease power consumption ...
With energy prices on a steep climb, soon the cost to power and cool a server over its life span could equal its purchase price. By “going green” with energy-efficient IBM® System x™ servers featuring Intel® Xeon® processors, you can win back control of your IT budget--and win the battle with data center...
This SearchDataCenter.com eBook takes a look at how to master the climate control for the data center. Organizations are creating more heat in smaller places which in turn requires efficient and effective climate control. Read this paper to learn more about how to properly cool your data center.
While already on the lookout for ways to reduce costs, large enterprises are under increasing pressure to use less energy. Inefficient or end-of-life servers can cost more to run than they are worth because they continue to draw power for cooling. Read this white paper to learn the solution to this problem.