Posted By Rich Miller On May 24, 2010 @ 10:30 am In Racks and Enclosures | No Comments
Managing cooling across multiple racks in a data center can be a challenge, particularly if each rack of gear is running at different power densities. At last week’s Uptime Symposium, Electrorack  demonstrated a new rack design which allows two or even three racks of equipment to be housed in a single enclosure and controlled by a single rack-top chimney system. Todd Schneider, the director of marketing for Electrorack, provides an overview of the new design, which employs a rear cooling plenum and a pressure-sensing management system from Opengate Data Systems . This video runs about 3 minutes.
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