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Heating and cooling playbook

SearchDataCenter.com Editors
With ever increasing demands for more computing power but limited space to include more equipment, blade servers and ultra-high density racks are showing up in more and more data centers. The problem, though, is how to keep all this new equipment, as well as existing servers, cool. Our heating and cooling playbook will inform you about several approaches, from data center design and layout, to new technologies that keep servers and racks from overheating in the first place.

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Design issues
Cool servers
Reference and resources
White papers

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This was first published in April 2005

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