The requirement to deploy high-density servers within single racks is presenting data centre managers with a challenge. Vendors are now designing servers which will demand up to 20kW of cooling if installed in a single rack. With most data centres designed to cool an average of no more than 2kW per rack, some innovative cooling strategies will be required. This paper provides a ten-step approach on how to increase the cooling efficiency, cooling capacity, and power density of existing data centres.
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Ten steps to solving cooling problems caused by high density server deployment
High-density servers are presenting data centre managers with a challenge. Here are some solutions.
Date: 05 November 2004, 01:00
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