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Low data center capacity can result in high latency and time outs, customer and employee dissatisfaction, and the proliferation of risky shadow IT. How can data center power and cooling flexibility help keep you on track? Find out more.
When planning the layout of a server room, one commonly missed factor in efficiency is proper elemental control. Your server room will require more than just ventilation or cool air. Even if the server room temperature feels cool, there are other factors to consider to keep your data equipment from overheating.
With the rising costs of energy in data center, you need effective ways to conserve energy like an economizer cooling system. Here’s how to select the best economizer to maximize efficiency and reduce costs.
Cost savings and carbon footprint reduction can sometimes seem like opposing goals. But there’s one place where the two go hand-in-hand: the data center.
According to the Uptime Institute, data centers are responsible for as much as 35 percent of total energy use in non-manufacturing, information-intensive companies. But despite the data center’s heavy power load there is a great opportunity to save money through more effective energy management.
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