Posted By Kevin Normandeau On November 23, 2010 @ 8:42 am In Cooling,White Papers | No Comments
Keeping a data center cool continues to be a challenge for many data center operators. There are many expert opinions on the best way to keep your data center cool. Here is a collection of the best data center cooling white papers from the Data Center Knowledge White Paper Library
The Ultimate Recycling Project – Extending the Life of your Data Center
This white paper written by Shlomo Novotny, VP/CTO of Vette Corp, Coolcentric look at best practices for optimizing the performance of the existing air cooling infrastructure and shows how data center operators can improve the performance of their cooling infrastructure.
Reclaiming Wasted Cooling Capacity
This paper from Opengate Data Systems defines cooling oversupply, provides examples for quantifying cool air bypass and hot air recirculation, and assigns principles to evaluate high-density rack performance and cooling efficiency benefits which are gained from reclaiming wasted cooling capacity.
Choosing a Cooling System to Support Business-Critical IT Environments
This white paper from Emerson looks at the total cost of ownership (TCO) around data center cooling systems.
A Powerful Platform for Virtualization
This white paper from HP and CIO discuss how virtualization can reduce power and cooling costs while simplifying administration effort and maximizing the data center floor space.
To see all the data center cooling white paper please visit the Power and Cooling area of the Data Center Knowledge White Paper Library
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