The escalation in data center costs has been driven by the demand for computing. IT has responded to this demand by adding more servers and replacing older servers with newer devices that deliver more power in less space. Read this whitepaper to learn more.
Chillers, air handlers, power distribution, backup power - all of the mechanical processes that keep servers running smoothly account for more than half of an IT energy bill. But this is changing. Energy-efficiency best practices and equipment designs are available to help enterprises reduce their data center energy usage.
High heat in critical spaces compromises availability. This paper discusses the pros and cons of different cooling fluids and system architectures, and explores the role of supplemental cooling technologies as data center densities increase.
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