Video Tour: Intel's High-Density Data Center update from September 2009

This video tour takes you inside an Intel "greenfield" data center that is remotely managed and uses a hot-aisle containment system to manage air flow in the 220-cabinet equipment area.

Rich Miller

September 10, 2009

1 Min Read
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Intel has provided some really interesting video tours of its data centers. Last year we highlighted a tour of a former silicon chip fabrication facility that Intel converted into a high-density data center. Today we present a video tour of a two-story "greenfield" (new construction) data center featuring a highly efficient design. Intel data center manager Neal Smith walks us through some the facility, which houses 220 racks of gear and is managed remotely, with only a security guard on site. The equipment area features a fully-contained hot aisle and cabinets of blade servers with power densities of 13kW to 16kW per cabinet. This video runs about 5 minutes, 30 seconds.

For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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