Today's data centers are hot - literally. Here's information about keeping them cool.
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Cooling servers, case by case
SearchDataCenter.com | 12 Jan 2006
ARTICLE - Server cooling startup, Degree Controls Inc., is rolling out a new system of fans and sensors customized to direct cool air to where it's needed most and cut down on cooling waste.
- Liquid-cooled refrigerants solve density hot spots
SearchDataCenter.com | 20 Dec 2005
ARTICLE - Experts say traditional data center cooling isn't cutting it in some situations. As a result, data center pros with density headaches are using liquid cooling.
- Hot spots not-so-hot in the data center
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 04 Oct 2005
EXPERT ANSWER - What are some of the options for blocking the holes cut in tiles for cables? Expert Robert McFarlane answers.
- Obtaining reasonably accurate numbers for actual power consumption is difficult enough
Submitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 18 Sept 2005
EXPERT ANSWER - A reader questioned expert Robert McFarlane on his article "Cooling Blade Servers" from July 21, 2005. See how he defended himself.
- Cooling racksSubmitted By: SearchDataCenter.com | 18 Sep 2005
EXPERT ANSWER - Expert Robert McFarlane tells readers what he thinks about cooling racks.
- Heating and cooling playbookSubmitted by: SearchDataCenter.com | 08 Apr 2005
PLAYBOOK - Need help keeping your new blades and ultra-high density server racks from overheating your data center? Our heating and cooling playbook will show you the ropes to keep things cool.