: ' HVAC'

Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal Opens New State of the Art Manufacturing Facility in Rawdon

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal officially opened Airedale International’s new state of the art manufacturing facility in Rawdon, Leeds, during a visit on 10th May 2016. The British cooling systems manufacturer moved into the new [...]

Controlling Supply Air Intake Temperatures

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by by Julius Neudorfer There are multiple issues related to controlling the air intake temperature that reaches your IT equipment, however, they generally fall into two major areas. The first is the [...]

The Internet of Everything: Infrastructure, IT and the Industrial Internet of Things

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier In  this week’s Voices of the Industry, Samir Shah of BASELAYER explains how today’s data centers are no longer simple compute environments, but rather complex systems tying together physical infrastructure [...]

DuPont Fabros Signs 16-Megawatt Lease in Santa Clara

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller The cloud builders continue to lease massive chunks of data space, boosting the fortune of major data center developers. In the latest megadeal, DuPont Fabros Technology said [...]

Keys to Effective Fiber Optic Cable Installation

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier Duke Robertson, from Chatsworth Products shares a few best practices for fiber optic cable installation in your data center. The National Electric Contractors Association (NECA), along with the Fiber Optic [...]

Data Center Cooling Vendors Head to Court Over Heat Wheel

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller As more data centers embrace indirect air  cooling, two cooling vendors specializing in the technology are headed to court in a patent dispute. At the heart of [...]

The Impact of Energy Star Ratings on Data Center IT Equipment

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Julius Neudorfer In the past, most IT equipment power loads did not decrease much even when idle, representing a huge direct waste of IT energy, as well as creating [...]

As Cloud Wars Intensify, Google Adds More Data Centers

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller Google has been building bigger data centers for more than a decade. But it’s about to turn the dial up to 11. The company is ramping up [...]

Ebullient Aims to Take Liquid Cooling Beyond the HPC Market

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller LAS VEGAS – A data center startup offers a new take on popular approaches to liquid cooling, and is hoping it can build a following beyond the [...]

Verne Global Applies Hybrid Approach to Power Design

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller As more customers seek data center space without backup generators or UPS support, service providers are developing products to meet this demand. The “variable resiliency” use case [...]

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