How to Use Aisle Containment to Increase Data Center Efficiency

For years, organizations have been using hot-aisle/cold-aisle configurations to manage airflow in the data center, extend the life of equipment and lower cooling costs. In a hot-aisle/cold-aisle layout, the fronts of the server racks face each other and draw in

In-Rack Cooling: Flexible, Agile and Highly Efficient

As organizations implement more powerful systems for data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and other compute-intensive workloads, they often find that their existing data center cooling environment is insufficient. The graphics processing units (GPUs) used in many AI and deep learning

Capture Index: The Cooling Efficiency Metric You Need to Know

“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it,” is an old business school maxim that’s just as applicable to data center cooling. Data center managers need to measure cooling efficiency if they’re going to manage it effectively, and Capture

Prefab ‘Pods’ Make Data Centers More Efficient

The prefabricated building concept dates back to the early 19th century when London carpenter Henry Manning developed a house for his son to take to Australia. The idea quickly caught on in the British colonies, which lacked the skilled workforce

How In-Row Cooling Increases Data Center Efficiency

Cooling efficiency is a top priority for today’s data center operators. Increased data center densities enable operators to deliver more processing power in the same amount of space to meet the demands of cloud and hyper-scale environments. As more power

Data Center Cooling Technologies That Improve IT Efficiency And Save Costs

Staying cool in the summer is at the top of everybody’s list. The same is true for data centers. Data centers have an insatiable appetite for power. They need massive amounts of power for running and cooling their facilities. Think

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