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  • White Papers // Nov 2014

    Virtualization and Cloud Computing Optimized Power Cooling and Management Maximizes Benefits

    IT virtualization, the engine behind cloud computing, can have significant consequences on the data center physical infrastructure (DCPI). Higher power densities that often result can challenge the cooling capabilities of an existing system. Reduced overall energy consumption that typically results from physical server consolidation may actually worsen the data center’s...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    Ten Cooling Solutions to Support High-density Server Deployment

    High-density servers offer a significant performance per watt benefit. However, depending on the deployment, they can present a significant cooling challenge. Vendors are now designing servers that can demand over 40 kW of cooling per rack. With most data centers designed to cool an average of no more than 2...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    The different types of UPS systems

    There is much confusion in the marketplace about the different types of UPS systems and their characteristics. Each of these UPS types is defined and the practical applications of each are discussed with advantages and disadvantages listed. With this information, an educated decision can be made as to the appropriate...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Improving Chilled Water Piping Distribution Methodology for Data Center

    In data centers, the traditional approach to piping distribution has been to use hard copper or carbon steel piping with welded, brazed or threaded fittings for routing and branching of the piping to the air conditioners. Since every fitting used in the piping line increases the leak failure potential in...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Comparing Data Center Batteries, Flywheels, and Ultracapacitors

    Data centers require energy storage devices to address the risk of interruptions to the main power supply. Energy storage applications can be divided into three major functional categories - power stability - when the power supply coming into the data center is unstable (e.g. power surges and sags), stored energy...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Comparing Data Center Batteries, Flywheels, and Ultracapacitors

    Data centers require energy storage devices to address the risk of interruptions to the main power supply. Energy storage applications can be divided into three major functional categories - power stability - when the power supply coming into the data center is unstable (e.g. power surges and sags), stored energy...

    Provided By Schneider Electric

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Improving Chilled Water Piping Distribution Methodology for Data Center

    In data centers, the traditional approach to piping distribution has been to use hard copper or carbon steel piping with welded, brazed or threaded fittings for routing and branching of the piping to the air conditioners. Since every fitting used in the piping line increases the leak failure potential in...

    Provided By Schneider Electric

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    Ten Cooling Solutions to Support High-density Server Deployment

    High-density servers offer a significant performance per watt benefit. However, depending on the deployment, they can present a significant cooling challenge. Vendors are now designing servers that can demand over 40 kW of cooling per rack. With most data centers designed to cool an average of no more than 2...

    Provided By Schneider Electric

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    The different types of UPS systems

    There is much confusion in the marketplace about the different types of UPS systems and their characteristics. Each of these UPS types is defined and the practical applications of each are discussed with advantages and disadvantages listed. With this information, an educated decision can be made as to the appropriate...

    Provided By Schneider Electric

  • White Papers // Nov 2014

    Virtualization and Cloud Computing Optimized Power Cooling and Management Maximizes Benefits

    IT virtualization, the engine behind cloud computing, can have significant consequences on the data center physical infrastructure (DCPI). Higher power densities that often result can challenge the cooling capabilities of an existing system. Reduced overall energy consumption that typically results from physical server consolidation may actually worsen the data center’s...

    Provided By Schneider Electric