Video: IBM Research Triangle Park DC

This video provides an overview of the IBM Research Triangle Park Leadership Data Center in North Carolina. The LEED Gold facility is built to address both rising service demands and energy costs.

This video provides an overview of the IBM Research Triangle Park Leadership Data Center in North Carolina. Phil Calabrese, director of Real Estate Engineering and Construction Services, and Chris Molly, distinguished engineer, describe how the facility has high availability, with 25 percent lower capital costs. The data center has up to 32KW per rack and water side economizer cooling. (See our previous coverage at the opening of the data center: IBM Opens Cloud Data Center in Research Triangle.) The real discussion of the Raleigh data center starts at 2 minutes into the video.

For more on IBM’s data center operations, see our IBM Channel. For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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