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Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: May 05, 2016
In this paper, we focus on quantifying the capital cost differences of a prefabricated vs. traditional 440 kW data center, both built with the same power and cooling architecture, in order to highlight the key cost drivers, and to demonstrate that prefabrication does not come at a capex premium.
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datacenters, tco, capacity, modular design, load, cost, architecture, networking
    
Schneider Electric
Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
This paper discusses making realistic improvements to power, cooling, racks, physical security, monitoring, and lighting. The focus of this paper is on small server rooms and branch offices with up to 10kW of IT load.
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schneider_uk, cooling, datacenter, networking
    
Schneider Electric
Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Aug 21, 2017
A greater dependence on cloud-based applications means businesses must rethink the level of redundancy of the physical infrastructure equipment (power, cooling, networking) remaining on-premise, at the “Edge”.
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cloud computing, private cloud, public cloud, storage infrastructure, hyperconvergence, data center
    
Schneider Electric
Published By: Anixter     Published Date: Nov 23, 2015
This report tackles the challenges, standards and best approaches to thermal efficiency in existing facilities largely due to them being more prevalent when compared to a new facility. You will be introduced to four best practices that are absolutely critical to achieving an optimal thermal environment. The report also explores the future of datacenter cooling and introduces emerging technologies.
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thermal efficiency, data centers, anixter, data center
    
Anixter
Published By: Zpas     Published Date: Apr 18, 2017
This unit has been created as a response to market needs for maintaining working conditions in outdoor data communication cabinets and power cabinets.
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cooling, power, pump, datacenter, heat, power, zpas_uk
    
Zpas
Published By: Zpas     Published Date: Apr 18, 2017
Download this white paper to explore ZPAS Group's selection of products.
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cooling, datacenter, cabinet, network, outdoor, zpas_uk
    
Zpas
Published By: Stulz     Published Date: Nov 17, 2015
This white paper provides an overview of free cooling for data centers. It consists of a general description of free cooling and an explanation of different available free cooling solutions, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. The term “free cooling” is equivalent to the term “economizer” that is nowadays predominantly used in the North American region.
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datacenters, free cooling, cooling, stulz
    
Stulz
Published By: Stulz     Published Date: Dec 02, 2015
This white paper provides an overview of free cooling for data centers. It consists of a general description of free cooling and an explanation of different available free cooling solutions, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. The term “free cooling” is equivalent to the term “economizer” that is nowadays predominantly used in the North American region.
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Stulz
Published By: Chatsworth     Published Date: Oct 06, 2016
In this white paper, we will discuss the following key topics so that your data centre operates more efficiently and cost-effectively: • Growing energy utilisation • Creating cooling efficiencies • Enabling efficiency best practices Furthermore, we will look at great ways to overcome cooling, energy and even design challenges.
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data center, power management, pdus, spm, chatsworth_wp, networking, telecom
    
Chatsworth
Published By: Armstrong Fluid     Published Date: May 26, 2016
This paper will explore the concept behind Ultra-Efficient data center chilled water system design and control integration that will see an additional 40 to 60 percent energy savings in today's best-in-class variable-speed chilled water systems.
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cooling, data center, system design, pumps, chiller, networking
    
Armstrong Fluid
Published By: Stockholm Data Parks     Published Date: Mar 09, 2017
A brand new white paper brought to you by Stockholm Data Parks, highlighting Opex and sustainability benefits of heat re-use.
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heat recovery, data center, energy efficiency
    
Stockholm Data Parks
Published By: Nlyte     Published Date: Nov 16, 2017
The IT professional’s guide to moving beyond spreadsheets and diagrams.
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cooling, power, energy, data center, network, infrastructure, capacity, space, series_of_nytle_nam_white_papers
    
Nlyte
Published By: DCD Cooling Supplement     Published Date: Jun 26, 2017
In this DCD Supplement we focus on the possibilities and difficulties of data center cooling. Over recent years, data center cooling has evolved from a simplistic model of top-down control, to demand-led systems where the cooling is provided where and when it is needed.
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dcd, stulz, data center, cooling
    
DCD Cooling Supplement
Published By: LeGrand     Published Date: Oct 18, 2016
Efficiency is a key objective when designing a data center. Efficiency gains are typically focused completely on power and cooling. Efficiencies can be realized in many other areas resulting in additional cost savings, reliable network performance, easier maintenance, flexibility, and scalability.
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data center, connection, design, performance, time, space, experience, legrand, networking, security
    
LeGrand
Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Mar 05, 2018
To keep pace with an increasingly digital world, enterprises are transforming their data infrastructures using all flash storage. As a leading all flash storage provider, NetApp simplifies your infrastructure to improve economics, while accelerating performance and increasing availability to enhance your company’s competitiveness. NetApp future-proofs your IT investments, allowing you to grow with confidence. NetApp® all flash storage reduces your storage footprint, power, and cooling by up to 10x; doubles performance at half the latency of leading competitors; and lets you migrate confidently from your existing SAN with a pathway to the cloud. With NetApp, all flash arrays, your business is prepared to take on anything and everything the future can throw at it: rapid growth, new technology, or a shift in the industry. Cut fear out of the equation. Be data ready to bring on the future.
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netapp, database performance, flash storage, data management, cost challenges
    
NetApp
Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Apr 20, 2018
In this paper, we describe and critique the common physical infrastructure practices seen today, propose a method of analyzing the resiliency needed, and discuss best practices that will ensure employees remain connected to their business critical applications.
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data center, edge computing, cloud computing, on-premise, power, cooling, networking, redundancy
    
Schneider Electric
Published By: Upsite Technologies     Published Date: Sep 18, 2013
The average computer room today has cooling capacity that is nearly four times the IT heat load. Using data from 45 sites reviewed by Upsite Technologies, this white paper will show how you can calculate, benchmark, interpret, and benefit from a simple and practical metric called the Cooling Capacity Factor (CCF). Calculating the CCF is the quickest and easiest way to determine cooling infrastructure utilization and potential gains to be realized by AFM improvements.
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ccf, upsite technologies, cooling capacity factor, energy costs, cooling, metrics, practical, benchmark
    
Upsite Technologies
Published By: Alcatel-Lucent     Published Date: Dec 02, 2009
Faster, more powerful and dense computing hardware generates significant heat and imposes considerable data center cooling requirements.
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data center design and management, distributed computing, internetworking hardware, power and cooling
    
Alcatel-Lucent
Published By: Alcatel-Lucent     Published Date: Sep 30, 2009
Ensuring the reliability and efficiency of your data center operations requires a strategic partner that is qualified to minimize energy usage, reduce costs, and optimize space utilization, helping you meet critical business initiatives.
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alcatel lucent, power, cooling, eco-sustainability, modular cooling, crac, opex, infrastructure, network performance management, green computing, power and cooling, data center design and management
    
Alcatel-Lucent
Published By: AdaptivCOOL     Published Date: Jan 11, 2012
The Effects of Real-time Airflow & Cooling Management
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data center
    
AdaptivCOOL
Published By: Fujitsu     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
HVAC concerns in an industrial facility like a warehouse or manufacturing plant can be complicated. Not only are these spaces usually larger than traditional commercial areas, but they often have equipment or products that need to maintain a specific temperature. MacroAir’s large industrial ceiling fans provide optimal airflow for industrial facilities and are an affordable alternative to HVAC systems. MacroAir’s big industrial fans deliver a cooling effect for occupants, help control the effects of humidity, and can also help conserve heat in colder months by pushing warm air that is trapped at the ceiling toward the walls and down to the floor at occupant level. MacroAir’s big ceiling fans provide an efficient airflow solution and a sustainable alternative to relying on HVAC alone to cool large spaces.
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Fujitsu
Published By: Fujitsu     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
Large industrial facilities such as warehouses and manufacturing plants present a huge operational challenge because of their size. With extremely tall ceilings and a lot of square footage to cool or heat, keeping occupants comfortable is difficult. The solution: MacroAir big industrial ceiling fans. MacroAir large industrial fans create a more comfortable climate and reduce energy costs for large industrial facilities. MacroAir invented the large industrial ceiling fan in 1998 to deliver a cost-effective climate control solution by generating large amounts of airflow. MacroAir’s big industrial fans produce a cooling effect, help control the effects of humidity, and can also help conserve heat in colder months by pushing warm air that is trapped at the ceiling toward the walls and down to the floor at occupant level. MacroAir big industrial ceiling fans create an environment where employee’s feel comfortable, which results in increased productivity and improved industrial operations.
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Fujitsu
Published By: MacroAir     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
HVAC concerns in an industrial facility like a warehouse or manufacturing plant can be complicated. Not only are these spaces usually larger than traditional commercial areas, but they often have equipment or products that need to maintain a specific temperature. MacroAir’s large industrial ceiling fans provide optimal airflow for industrial facilities and are an affordable alternative to HVAC systems. MacroAir’s big industrial fans deliver a cooling effect for occupants, help control the effects of humidity, and can also help conserve heat in colder months by pushing warm air that is trapped at the ceiling toward the walls and down to the floor at occupant level. MacroAir’s big ceiling fans provide an efficient airflow solution and a sustainable alternative to relying on HVAC alone to cool large spaces.
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industrial fans, industrial facilities, macroair fans, commercial fans
    
MacroAir
Published By: MacroAir     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
Large industrial facilities such as warehouses and manufacturing plants present a huge operational challenge because of their size. With extremely tall ceilings and a lot of square footage to cool or heat, keeping occupants comfortable is difficult. The solution: MacroAir big industrial ceiling fans. MacroAir large industrial fans create a more comfortable climate and reduce energy costs for large industrial facilities. MacroAir invented the large industrial ceiling fan in 1998 to deliver a cost-effective climate control solution by generating large amounts of airflow. MacroAir’s big industrial fans produce a cooling effect, help control the effects of humidity, and can also help conserve heat in colder months by pushing warm air that is trapped at the ceiling toward the walls and down to the floor at occupant level. MacroAir big industrial ceiling fans create an environment where employee’s feel comfortable, which results in increased productivity and improved industrial operations.
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industrial fans, industrial facilities, macroair fans, commercial fans
    
MacroAir
Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Nov 09, 2015
Download this white paper and learn how the Dell Hybrid HPC solution delivers a hybrid CPU and GPU compute environment with the PowerEdge C6320 and C4130 to: - Optimize workloads across CPU/GPU servers - Deliver the highest-density, highest-performance in a small footprint - Provide significant power, cooling and resource utilization benefits - Lower cost of ownership and enhance reliability through integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) and Lifecycle Controller
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Dell EMC
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