This paper will take a unique look at the modern data center, what has driven this level of change, and where cooling is making an impact. Most of all, this paper will explore next generation cooling systems designed to help the digital data center run efficiently, and take on evolving market and business demands. Download this white paper to learn more.
When preparing for a data center consolidation project, there are steps that need to be taken in order to make good judgments about how much can be consolidated and which sites make the most sense for becoming receiving data centers. Just as IT assets, network bandwidth, compute power, and the level of virtualization are determined as part of the consolidation analysis, it is also critical to have an accurate understanding of each site’s physical infrastructure capabilities. This paper specifically addresses facility power, cooling, and the physical space.
In this white paper, we explore new concepts around data center demand, where energy efficiency and cooling optimization fit in and modern best practices around your data center.
Trying to maximize efficiency in a data center design that is on focused only on power and cooling strategies is short-cited. There are other efficiencies that will enhance the data center’s ability to cost-effectively adapt to business strategy changes and increased computing demand. Download this whitepaper today to learn how data center solution should be designed with five key goals; guaranteed performance, saving time, optimizing space, enhance experience by utilizing resources and enable sustainability.
As Coleridge made clear, water is essential for survival. In
California for example, people are finding new meaning in the phrase, “water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink”. Since data centers hadn’t been invented when he published The Rime of the Ancient Mariner in 1798, he didn’t mention them. But if they had, he certainly would have included them in his epic
poem since water is too often a common requirement for their operation. This water dependency is an area of consideration that businesses should factor into their plans for upcoming data centers. To learn more download this white paper.