Video Tour: Intel’s High-Density Data Center
September 10th, 2009 By: Rich Miller
Intel has provided some really interesting video tours of its data centers. Last year we highlighted a tour of a former silicon chip fabrication facility that Intel converted into a high-density data center. Today we present a video tour of a two-story “greenfield” (new construction) data center featuring a highly efficient design. Intel data center manager Neal Smith walks us through some the facility, which houses 220 racks of gear and is managed remotely, with only a security guard on site. The equipment area features a fully-contained hot aisle and cabinets of blade servers with power densities of 13kW to 16kW per cabinet. This video runs about 5 minutes, 30 seconds.
BlazejPosted November 3rd, 2010
Is it 16KW per rack limit now for Intel? Is it possible to build 220 racks 25KW or more data center nowaday? Or cooling technology is not suitable?