In this video, DCF’s Rich Miller and TMGcore’s JD Enright discuss data center cooling, including changes in liquid cooling technology.
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Kao Data was determined to design their new data centers to be as energy efficient as possible. Future Facilities explores how computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations can be used to validate the design of data center cooling systems.
To support operations, today’s data centers need a totally different type of infrastructure from what was required just a few years ago. Join Rich Miller and TMGcore’s JD Enright for a webinar on Feb. 23 to learn about the current state of data center cooling.
The Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable features insights from industry executives with lengthy experience in the data center industry. Here’s a look at the insights from Kevin Facinelli of Nortek […]
Water scarcity has focused attention on the volume of water required to cool thousands of servers. How will data centers adapt to this challenge? Our expert panel discusses the key themes in data center cooling and sustainability as we enter 2022.
Data centers must have the capacity for growth as digital transformations drive an increased demand for remote connectivity. A new white paper from Data Aire explains why fluidity in business and global economies requires future-ready flexibility, especially as relates to data center cooling.
Liquid cooling provides a pathway to more effective opportunities for energy reuse and recovery. A new special report from Nautilus Data Technologies and Data Center Frontier looks at how to sustainably meet high density cooling challenges.
Managing high density data center heat loads is a growing challenge for data center designers and operators. A new special report from Nautilus Data Technologies and Data Center Frontier examines methods for sustainably meeting high-density cooling challenges.
As the data center industry grew from 10MW to 100MW buildings the last five years, mechanical designers sought more cooling capacity, but with better efficiency and smaller footprints. Kris Holla of Nortek Data Center Cooling discusses CoilWalls and Fan CoilWalls, two new innovations in data center cooling that address these challenges.
The challenge for many in the data center industry is how to leverage density and space more effectively while still being able to scale critical resources. A new Data Center Frontier special report, courtesy of TMGcore, looks at how liquid cooling is driving the evolution of the data center industry.