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Chillers, air handlers, power distribution, backup power—all these mechanical processes that keep servers running smoothly account for more than half of an IT energy bill. Data center managers need to operate physical infrastructure support systems at maximum efficiency to go green in the data center. In this primer on energy-efficient cooling and power distribution principles, get advice from our experts and your toughest energy-efficient computing questions answered. Access >>>
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