Cooling

Sandia Adopts Unique Cooling Approach

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Sandia Labs cools its Red Sky supercomputer with a cooling system design that combines the use of traditional raised-floor air cooling with refrigerant-cooled rear door heat exchangers. Read More

Emerson Unveils Liebert DSE Cooling Unit

The new DSE cooling system from Emerson Network Power, which was introduced Monday at Data Center World.

Emerson Network Power has introduced the Liebert DSE, an updated version of its popular Liebert DS CRAC unit that can integrate free cooling concepts to reduce the system’s energy use. Read More

Water Main Breaks: A Data Center Challenge

Could your data center operate if it lost its water supply? This summer’s heat wave is causing a jump in water main breaks, causing at least one data center operator to scramble to protect customer equipment. Read More

The Cost of Data Center Cooling

Data center cooling is a constant issue in both initial design and evolution. But a greater issue is the expense in dealing with the challenge. Beyond the cost of buying, installing and power the CRACs (Computer Room Air Conditioning) units is the very real expense of consulting. Read More

Most Users Resist Warmer Data Centers

Zahl Limbuwala of BCS discusses temperature ranges for data center operations during the Google European Data CenterEfficiency Summit held in Zurich on Tuesday.

Since 2008, the largest players in the data center field have been advocating operating server rooms at warmer temperatures. But few enterprise data centers are following suit, according to data from an industry group. Read More

Geist, Opengate Data Announce Alliance

Power distribution vendor Geist has made a financial investment in Opengate Data Systems, which specializes in cooling technology and enclosures. As part of the agreement, Geist will begin offering Opengate’s line of data center airflow management solutions. Read More

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