In 2002, Emerson Network Power's Liebert XD family was the industry's first row-based cooling system. Now, we have taken more than 40 years of engineering experience and the most advanced technologies to design the Liebert CRV row-based precision cooling system. Learn the flexibility, TCO and availability benefits of their latest cooling solution.
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.
This whitepaper further examines the role of rack systems as a vital part of any data center, especially when it comes to availability, flexibility to accommodate change and helping with data center monitoring.
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.
In this expert e-guide from SearchServerVirtualization.com, learn the advantages of using blades for server virtualization. Find out when it makes the most sense and what considerations to evaluate when creating a blade virtualization strategy.
Explore how virtualization can challenge network monitoring, and discover a scalable solution that will help improve visibility for effective, scalable, secure network monitoring.
This presentation transcript features Brian Babineau, senior analyst with the Enterprise Strategy Group. Today Badineau would like to talk to you a little bit about driving efficiency within your data center and how you can reduce cost by reducing the amount of duplicate data that maybe in your environment.
Network closets in the healthcare setting are housing more powerful and critical equipment as hospitals and ambulatory offices rely on these spaces to support an increasing number of business-critical applications such as electronic medical records (EMRs), wireless communications and digital imaging.