DCF Podcast Host Rich Miller talks with cooling expert Kevin Facinelli, President, Data Center Cooling at Nortek Air Solutions about the challenges of keeping servers cool as data centers get larger and taller. Also: Will vacant office space house servers in the post-COVID economy?
Search Results for: data center cooling
There are two major challenges facing the data industry today. A new report from Nortek describes these hurdles are finite water and power resources. A new white paper explores a new data center cooling method called the StatePoint Liquid Cooling (SPLC)4 system from Nortek Solutions, and highlights a case study in Singapore.
Dror Shenkar, Senior Architect of Intel Data Center Management Solutions, Intel, and Shahar Belkin, VP R&D at Zuta-Core, explore the past, current and future landscape of data center cooling. What’s next?
Forced Physics DCT is a data center startup that has spent more than a decade harnessing molecular physics to create a low-energy cooling solution for data centers.
Clearly, machine learning can and has been used to achieve greater data center cooling efficiency. While most data centers are not yet equipped to do the same, the theory behind how machine learning can optimize cooling efficiency is fairly well understood. Sabey Data Centers’ John Sasser, Sr. Vice President of Data Center Operations, takes a look at how machine learning presents both challenges and opportunities for today’s data center cooling technology.
The Data Center 101: Data Center Cooling report, brought to you in partnership with Open Spectrum, is part of the Data Center Frontier Data Center 101 Special Report series. The Data Center 101: Data Center Cooling report, part of a group of 14 reports that cover the ins and outs of the data center industry, explores some of the top data center cooling designs of today. Download the new report to learn about the different elements that make up today’s top data center cooling designs.
Data center cooling trends are shifting. For the majority of traditional data centers the environmental operating conditions have been long been based on ASHRAE recommendations defined in the “Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments.” This Data Center Frontier special report examine the underlying relationship of temperature, humidity and energy usage, as well as the operational risk considerations of the expanded environmental ranges on both the facility and the IT equipment. Download the special report from Data Center Frontier, courtesy of Compass Data Centers, to lean more about how data center cooling ranges and standards are evolving.
Your data center needs a better way to cool off. Now, liquid cooling technologies can take the heat off of your data center and introduce next generation levels of optimization.
The data center industry will have one more opportunity to offer feedback on a new energy efficiency standard for data center cooling. ASHRAE, the leading standards group for cooling professionals, has opened a fourth round of comments on ASHRAE Standard 90.4.
Two cooling vendors in the field are headed to court in a patent fight. At the heart of the dispute is technology known as a heat wheel, which is gaining traction in data centers.