Data Center Design and Cooling for Sensitive Electronics

Marc Caiola, Global Category Director – IT/DATACOM

Processing power and the speed at which crucial data center infrastructure equipment runs is steadily increasing to keep up with user application demands. Through technology advances, the size of these electronics is shrinking, resulting in greater board population density and higher power consumption. This yields increased heat generation throughout the data center where equipment is housed and operated. MORE

Using Intelligent Controls to Optimize Data Center Thermal Management

John Peter Valiulis, Vice President, North America Marketing, Thermal Management
Emerson Network Power

Organizations are currently adopting a number of new thermal management strategies and technologies to remove heat from the data center while achieving capital and operational savings. One of the strategies proving most effective is optimizing existing thermal management systems with sophisticated controls that enable greater efficiency, protection and operational insight. MORE

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