Cooling

Annexation Boosts Cooling for NSA Data Center

The city of Bluffdale, Utah has agreed to annex more than 500 acres of land where the huge new National Security Agency data center will be built. The unusual move will help ensure that the facility will have access to water for its cooling systems in the event of an emergency. Read More

APC EcoBreeze Offers Free Cooling Options

APC by Schneider has introduced EcoBreeze, a cooling system that offers the choice of evaporative cooling or an air-to-air heat exchanger.

As fresh air cooling (economization) gains traction as an energy efficiency strategy, cooling vendors are incorporating it into their products. A new cooling system from APC by Schneider Electric allows data center operators to easily switch between several modes of free cooling. Read More

Using Mother Nature as Your Chiller

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A small but growing number of data centers are slashing their cooling costs by using the earth as their chiller, tapping nearby rivers, underground lakes and wells instead of running large refrigeration units. Read More

Data Center Cooling White Papers

Keeping a data center cool continues to be a challenge for many data center operators. Here’s a collection of data center cooling white papers from the Data Center Knowledge White Paper Library. Read More

Emerson Brings Cooling to the Server Tray

Emerson Network Power introduced a new cooling system that brings refrigerant-based cooling inside the server tray. The Liebert XDS server cooling system features cold-plate technology from Emerson’s technology partner, Clustered Systems. Read More

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