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Schneider Electric: Whatcha got under the (data center cooling) hood?
Not a typical question you ask in a data center but maybe you should ask it the next time you’re in the market for a chiller.
New data centre to re-use waste heat to warm 10,000 homes
A new high-density data centre in Stockholm is set to boost Sweden’s ‘clean green’ image even further by reusing waste heat to warm homes.
It’s time to consider other cooling options for Open Compute Project data centers
Indirect air economizer cooling, for example, greatly extends the geographies in which air economizer modes of cooling can be used.
Exclusive interview: Digital Realty on being the world’s largest digital landlord
We don’t sell buildings. We are always renovating and upgrading, but we never sell our data centers.
Small town in Norway to host world’s largest data centre – for now
In terms of sheer size, the plans reveal the centre to be a behemoth at four storeys and 600 square metres, drawing on 1,000MW of power.
78% of UK data centres fail ASHRAE guidelines – is IoT the answer?
New research from thermal risk experts has revealed UK data centres are seriously lacking when it comes to temperature management.
Round two: Asetek receives follow-on order from Penguin Computing
Asetek signed a global purchasing agreement with Penguin Computing in 2015.
Data center cooling: Penguin Computing places USD$40k order with Asetek
This initial order is for 140 loops to be used with Asetek's RackCDU Direct-to-Chip (D2C) liquid cooling solution. The order is valued at USD $40,000.
New product - CyberRack: Heat exchanger door with cooling capacity of up to 32 kW
Stulz has launched a new data center cooling product: CyberRack Active Rear Door, a chilled water rear door heat exchanger.
Redefining efficiencies for downsized, on-premise enterprise data centers
The industry is undergoing a third transformational phase: a retrenchment, and even a renewed growth, of enterprise on-premise data centers.
New data center cooling tech - crucial to achieving carbon reduction goals
Countries around the globe are taking definitive steps to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and, consequently, their carbon footprint.
DCIM’s improvement to workflow processes is key to eliminating data center challenges
But for me, the most interesting aspects of the research is in unpacking the impact of a range of data center problems on the business itself.
You can’t burn it down and start over; how to modernize a data center in 4 steps
No matter what, there will come a time when a system is so outdated, there’s no amount of fixing that can help.
NTT Communications HK data center gets sustainability certification
“Our society and environment can benefit from our commitment to bringing a greener future with innovative technologies."
Is it time to let the X-factor determine data center temperature?
The idea is that servers are sensitive to temperature; they fail more quickly at higher temperatures than lower temperatures.
Adiabatic and evaporative cooling techniques deliver big data center savings
In particular, the adiabatic system reduces the energy impact both in summer and in mid-season more, operating for the large part of the year.
Web Werks India - Data center steps up to Tier III
Built over an area of 30,000 sq. ft., Web Werks is PCI-DSS, HIPAA, ISO 27001 and SSAE16 compliant.
How hybrid cars point the way to increased data center cooling efficiency
Reducing demand on the engine means it doesn’t have to be as large as in a traditional car, and thus operates more efficiently.
Modernize or Outsource: Evaluating the options for your data center
Each data center is somewhat different and the approach to modernization could vary depending upon the individual circumstances.
Failure to modernize data center physical infrastructure increases cost and downtime risk
In the realm of data center Information Technology (IT), innovations that enhance performance often drive investments in data center modernization.
The known unknowns: Managing between on-premise, cloud and colocation data centers
The challenge rests on how to prepare for and manage the risk of the known unknowns (that is, risks that have been identified but not addressed).
Three telltale signs that your data center is in distress
The first step in rescuing an ailing data center is to recognize the signs of age.
Data center cooling solutions market to continue rapid growth – APAC the leader
A new report has forecast the data center cooling solutions market to have rapid growth over the coming years, with Asia Pacific the major driver.
Global data center cooling solutions surge with power consumption high
Right now, cooling systems are consuming an estimated 40% of the power supplied to data centers.