More efficient cooling technology helps provide more computer power in same space
July 10, 2017
Challenged to do more with less, data centers are seeking innovative ways to keep operating costs as low as possible — all while computer technologies may be changing as often as every three months. In a market demanding denser and more powerful electronics, data centers are pressed for cooling technology that can keep up with the times.
Advantages of adiabatic humidification and free air cooling
March 6, 2017
Proper indoor air quality and adequate humidity levels are imperative to safe and efficient data center operations. Humidification in data centers is required to prevent electrostatic discharge, which can damage servers and network products, and offers the benefit of high capacity, low cost evaporative cooling.
Data center optimization company stresses importance of a thermal strategy to avoid outages
January 9, 2017
With thermal risks still accounting for 29 percent of unplanned data center outages, data center optimization company, EkkoSense, has detailed how organizations need a more structured thermal approach to kick their addiction to over-cooling — cooling now accounts for 35 percent of overall data center energy consumption.
New reseller partnership to deliver next-generation data center cooling technology
November 29, 2016
Siemens and Vigilent announced a reseller partnership in North America to jointly provide customers with a comprehensive and unique thermal optimization solution that addresses data center cooling challenges.
Product segments include air conditioners, economizers, cooling towers
November 9, 2016
The global data center liquid cooling market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of almost 16 percent from 2016 to 2020, according to the latest market study released by Technavio.
Protects remote network closets and server rooms through 24/7 visibility
September 28, 2016
Emerson Network Power has introduced the iCOM CMS, a new thermal system control aimed at giving IT professionals monitoring and protection of equipment in small IT spaces supporting edge computing. The new system is available in North America.
The system uses a liquid refrigerant instead of water to carry away heat
September 26, 2016
In different parts of the country, people discuss gray-water recycling and rainwater capture to minimize the millions of gallons of water required to cool large data centers. But the simple answer in many climates, said Sandia National Laboratories researcher David J. Martinez, is to use liquid refrigerant.
Emerson Network Power unveils its ‘2016 Cooling the Edge Survey’
September 8, 2016
Emerson Network Power has released results of a new survey that shows IT and data center managers in North America are becoming more focused on how they manage remote network closets and server rooms used in edge computing.