To meet your density outlook and stay flexible, what kind of precision cooling system can support your need to maximize server space, minimize low pressure areas, reduce costs, and reduce requirements? Eric Jensen of Data Aire explores how a scalable, flexible and efficient cooling infrastructure can meet density needs.
Our Executive Roundtable for 4Q 2021 explores four topics: the outlook for hyperscale computing in 2022, trends in enterprise IT spending, the key themes in data center cooling, and the potential impact of “metaverse” technologies on the data center industry.
Whatever form they take, metaverse technologies are bound to be resource-intensive applications. We asked our Roundtable experts to put on their futurist hats and explore what the metaverse might mean for digital infrastructure.
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.
Will the recovery in enterprise IT spending continue into 2022? Our Executive Roundtable discusses what to look for in digital modernization, hybrid IT and cloud repatriation and how these trends may impact demand for data centers.
The rapid growth of hyperscale computing is poised to continue in 2022, but supply chain performance will matter. Our Executive Roundtable features expert takes from EdgeConneX, Aligned, Iron Mountain Data Centers, Data Aire, Sabey Data Centers, Nortek Data Center Cooling, and Infrastructure Masons.
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.
Density increases, along with designers’ and operators’ desire to plan for the future is creating a gap between the design load, and the actual load. Eric Jensen, Vice President & General Manager at Data Aire discusses how data centers can achieve high density cooling at scale.
Have you considered all of the available precision cooling options with your design engineer and your environmental control manufacturer? Matt Vicker, Product Development Manager at Data Aire explores how data centers can boost their ROI with one of three different types of precision cooling systems.
Here’s a mid-year update on key trends for 2021: A recap of our Data Center Executive Roundtable, featuring expert insights from executives at Iron Mountain, Vertiv, Aligned, EdgeConnex, Infrastructure Masons, Nortek Data Center Cooling and Data Aire.