Deutsche Bank: 100 Percent Air Cooling in NYC

In a video interview with the Uptime Institute executive directo Pitt Turnerr, Andrew Stokes of Deutsche Bank explains how the bank selected 100 percent outside air cooling for its data center facility in Manhattan.

In an interview with Pitt Turner, executive director of the Uptime Institute, Andrew Stokes of Deutsche Bank discusses the bank's data center in New York City, which is employing 100 percent outside air cooling. Stokes, who is Deutsche Bank's Chief Infrastructure Architect in New York, discusses the process of addressing the legitimate concerns executives had about using outside air for a mission critical space in Manhattan. They also discuss the importance of the integration of facilities and IT knowledge in today's data center teams.

For more on energy efficiency, see our Green Data Centers Channel. For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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