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Data center cooling is one of the most common trouble spots for data center facilities managers; overheating servers and under-rated cooling systems can lead to performance problems and failures, but best practices for cooling your data center can be complicated. This guide to data center cooling covers proven cooling techniques and best practices for your data center. It also illustrates how you can get the greatest bang for the buck given your data center design, infrastructure, budget and other needs.  Access >>>

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  • Data center cooling essentials
  • Advances in immersion cooling
  • Computational fluid dynamics helps cut cooling costs

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