Two-Phase Modular Cooling for the Data Center

This white paper from Alcatel-Lucent shows how data centers can reduce energy consumption by as much as 90% using modular cooling.

Faster, more powerful and dense computing hardware generates significant heat and imposes considerable data center cooling requirements. These challenges have organizations across all industries re-evaluating traditional approaches to data center cooling and seeking competitive advantage through reduced power consumption, better utilization of space, and improved eco-sustainability. This white paper from Alcatel-Lucent shows how data centers can reduce energy consumption by as much as 90% using modular cooling.

Modular cooling also makes it possible to maximize utilization of precious data center real estate by installing more servers into the existing space. Further, by leveraging alternative cooling technology, it can help in meeting organizational and regulatory targets for green computing and eco-sustainability.

To find out how you can transform your data center cooling to address today’s energy challenges and be prepared for future regulations download this white paper.

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