Do You Prefer Hot Aisle or Cold Aisle Containment?

by Mike Rinaldi on 8/7/12 3:13 PM

Separating the hot and cold air in a data center is one of the keys to improving energy efficiency.  Containment systems don't have to be fancy or expensive.  Containment systems have been in use at least since 2004, but there's an ongoing debate about whether it is best to contain the hot aisle or cold aisle.  

Do you use containment in your data center?  If so, do you contain the hot aisle or cold aisle?"


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Topics: Emerson Network Power, Data Center, Green IT, data center design, kW per rack, PUE, robust data center, Containment, DVL, pod, data center outages, energy, critical air conditioning

Cutting Data Center Cooling Costs in Room & Row-Based Applications

by Mike Rinaldi on 7/26/12 3:00 PM

When selecting a precision cooling system to support high-availability (and often high-density) data center deployments, today’s data center manager faces tougher choices than ever before.  Explore how modular, air-cooled precision cooling systems can help you improve efficiency and reduce energy consumption without adversely impacting the availability of your critical IT equipment. 
This free webcast explores:
  • New emerging cooling design strategies
  • Optimizing energy efficiency
  • Enhancing flexibility within the data center cooling infrastructure
  • See inside the latest cooling technologies
  • Examine PUE, ROI, TCO
Liebert cooling
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Topics: Emerson Network Power, data center infrastructure, Data Center, Data Center, data center design, kW per rack, data center energy, robust data center, DVL, DC Power, CRV, critical air conditioning

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