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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
    
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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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Published By: Sun Microsystems     Published Date: Oct 06, 2008
This free white paper from the experts at IDC posits solutions to the key problems posed by data center crowding: geometrically growing power and cooling costs; the spiraling cost of management; and the sheer number of server footprints.
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servers, server management, power, cooling, sun, blade servers, down time, space saving, virtualization
    
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Published By: Sun Microsystems     Published Date: Apr 10, 2009
This free white paper from the experts at IDC posits solutions to the key problems posed by data center crowding: geometrically growing power and cooling costs; the spiraling cost of management; and the sheer number of server footprints.
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nic, sun microsystems, virtualization, blade servers, it costs, tco, power, cooling, enterprise applications
    
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