Data Center Cooling
There are several factors in the data center market which have made data center cooling more complex than ever.
- Virtualization and blade servers have had the paradoxical effect of reducing overall cooling requirements but increasing load densities. Many data centers have a sporadic distribution of heat loads. The areas with higher heat loads often exceed the capabilities of the existing cooling design.
- A broader range of server heat loads have required data centers to be more flexible and scalable in their infrastructure planning. This is especially true for colocation and other facilities that have little control over future hardware installations.
- Cost containment and green initiatives have put a high focus on data center efficiency. This can be a real challenge for existing data centers which are trying to squeeze the most of their capacity while not jeopardizing systems.
Data Center Resources specializes in unique solutions to help maximizing, supplementing or replacing cooling capacity for the unique and critical data center space.