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STULZ develops next generation data center cooling system
“Climate management is one of the key challenges faced by operators of large, colocation and hyperscale data centres. A failure to understand the consequences of heat generation and deal with it properly can be disastrous."
EcoDataCenter deploys liquid cooling tech by Iceotope
EcoDataCenter’s Sweden colocation facility will lead the way in offering chassis-level immersion cooling technology for customer’s hosted IT loads.
Lenovo, Intel & Harvard build liquid-cooled supercomputer
Lenovo, Intel, and Harvard University are the driving forces behind an effort to create Harvard’s first liquid-cooled supercomputer, nicknamed Cannon.
New cooling regulations driving innovation for data centres
The cooling practices of data centres around the world have been placed under the microscope of regulation - Vertiv is hard at work on new innovation.
PHOTOS: Vertiv opens new lab to develop data centre cooling tech
The company has opened a new cooling innovation lab within its customer experience centre based in Italy.
Why water use is a key consideration when cooling your data center
For years in data center circles we’ve been talking about Power Usage Effectiveness, or PUE.
Floating data center: Future on the high seas?
There was a time when data center owners and operators wanted water, or any liquid, as far away from their IT equipment as possible.
French firm invests S$80 million in Singapore's energy initiatives, creates 170 new jobs
French energy firm Engie will invest S$80 million over the next five years in establishing a Centre of Expertise for District Cooling in Singapore.
Three key features of Stulz’s new micro data centers
Stulz’s micro data center features an Integrated Cooling System (ICS) for low to medium density applications which can be mounted internally or on the
Vertiv ramps up the energy efficiency of NEXTDC's Melbourne data center
Vertiv’s cooling solution also meets International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards for maximum reliability and energy efficiency.
Three ways artificial intelligence is making buildings smarter
In an ideal world, data anomalies would be automatically detected by AI-algorithms, and then immediately triaged and root cause identified.
New data center cooling unit from Stulz hits the market
All three systems can be standardly equipped with ON/OFF compressors or with new energy-saving EC compressors.
Why don’t we know how much airflow IT equipment requires?
What this industry needs are for IT equipment vendors to provide the typical and worst-case airflow or deltaT requirements on their spec sheets.
Schneider Electric: Whatcha got under the (data center cooling) hood?
Not a typical question you ask in a data center but maybe you should ask it the next time you’re in the market for a chiller.
Thinking outside of the rack: Designing and planning by pod
When commonly available voltages and breaker sizes are considered, optimum pod configurations emerge that make planning and design easier.
Round two: Asetek receives follow-on order from Penguin Computing
Asetek signed a global purchasing agreement with Penguin Computing in 2015.
Data center cooling: Penguin Computing places USD$40k order with Asetek
This initial order is for 140 loops to be used with Asetek's RackCDU Direct-to-Chip (D2C) liquid cooling solution. The order is valued at USD $40,000.
New product - CyberRack: Heat exchanger door with cooling capacity of up to 32 kW
Stulz has launched a new data center cooling product: CyberRack Active Rear Door, a chilled water rear door heat exchanger.
New data center cooling tech - crucial to achieving carbon reduction goals
Countries around the globe are taking definitive steps to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and, consequently, their carbon footprint.
Building Microsoft's hyper-scale cloud
As one of the largest cloud operators in the world, Microsoft’s hyper-scale workloads have changed the way we design and operate data centers.