The role of innovating cooling technology in the sustainable data centre

December 8, 2020
10:00

Cooling is a notoriously energy hungry element of making data centres work. As much as 40 per cent of power delivered to a facility is likely to be used for cooling. Dealing with excess heat is one of the biggest, most expensive factors involved in running a modern data center. What are the best options when it comes to data center cooling?

· Leveraging the power of artificial intelligence to improve cooling efficiency

· Harnessing data to model trends and usage patterns to better manage power and cooling needs.

· What are the best practices for ensuring optimal data center cooling?

· The big mistakes data center managers need to avoid when it comes to cooling strategies

· Where next for data centre cooling? The different technologies for cooling data centres

· What needs to happen for liquid cooling to become commonplace in colocation

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