By implementing best practices and optimizing the performance of the existing air-cooling infrastructure,
data center operators can improve the performance of the specified cooling infrastructure to 70% efficiency.
However, the question data center owners must ask themselves is if their current air cooling is acceptable
at 70% or if they can continue to sustain that performance as computing technologies push power and cooling
beyond their current requirements.
Learn about heat transfer
door (HTD) cooling and how it neutralizes heat at the source. This white
paper also includes cost analyses of what’s required to retrofit a data center versus the cost to build
a new one, as well as a case study about a large midwestern university’s data center expansion.