Data Center

CFD and Mission Critical Facilities

Article | CFD (October 2015)

In today’s 21st century business environment, the need for efficient data centers is increasing at unprecedented rates as the demand for computing, processing power, and data storage grows exponentially. The energy consumption in a data center can be significantly more than a typical office space, and a considerable portion of the energy cost (30% to 50%) is dedicated to the data center’s cooling system. More than ever, IT equipment is getting smaller in size yet more powerful, and the need for a proper and efficient cooling system design plays an important role in saving energy.

Mission Critical Fire Safety

Article | Mission Critical (2014)
The data collection and cloud computing industry has seen tremendous growth in recent years, and that growth has been a boon to the construction industry, which is being called upon to design and build these structures to accommodate complex mechanical needs. Chief among these needs is a reliable and effective fire protection system that will ensure mission-critical technology like servers are always operational.

Data Center Dynamics Conference

Date: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - 14:00 to Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - 01:30
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, California
 

With more and more companies embracing the open architecture concept, there is no question that its application to the data center stack has provided an enormous benefit to large enterprises such as Facebook. Proponents have touted its many advantages, including scalability, efficiency, and cost reduction.

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