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Schneider Electric expands data center cooling portfolio
Some operators struggle to manage the heat profile introduced by new servers in the data center, so Schneider Electric developed the solution to allow fewer units to provide the same amount of cooling capacity.
Google reveals steps towards data center sustainability
At present, a Google data center uses 50% less energy than a typical data center, and it also delivers seven times more computing power than it would have done five years ago.
Fujitsu takes conservation prize for immersion cooling system
The prize was awarded for the Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY Immersion Cooling System that can reduce power consumption by up to 40%.
Liquid cooling key to silencing a noisy data centre
Data centre are famous for being very noisy, but Schneider Electric's Steven Carlini says liquid cooling infrastructure could change that.
Microsoft livestreams underwater life near Scotland data centre
Microsoft announced that it had launched an underwater data centre in Scotland, but who knew that it would be so attractive to fish?
Data center operators are in the midst of 'perfect storm'
“Today, operators are grappling with new challenges, including increased complexity and high interdependency of systems and data centers."
Uptime Institute awards Vertiv solution TIER IV-ready certification
Asia’s Uptime Institite has awarded Vertiv’s SmartAisle Solution a TIER IV-ready certification this week.
HPE and TACC build the world’s first solar-powered supercomputer
Hikari also leverages the Apollo 8,000 warm water cooling system.
Google building new Singapore data center to join its other two
This will bring the tech giant's total Singapore data center investment to more than US$850m in a bid to meet surging demand.
Report finds opportunities abound in the data center cooling market
Where there's data centers, there's heat, which means the cooling market will undertake rapid growth and innovation in the coming years.
Opinion: Why water use is a key consideration when cooling your data center
An expert from Schneider Electric discusses the process data centers should take when considering cooling options.
Data center cooling maintenance crucial to avoiding a meltdown
The hottest days of the year and the meltdowns that go with them can have catastrophic effects for those managing data centers.
Retrofit or replace: Four scenarios for optimising cooling systems
In virtually every situation, retrofitting or replacing data centre cooling systems makes financial sense.
Why cooling is critical in the data center
Ensuring efficient data center cooling is mission critical, but finding the best approach is often difficult.
Opinion: 5 data center ideas that would never have been imagined 50 years ago
If you could go back in time, how would you possibly explain modern data center concepts to a late-1960s “data processing programmer”?
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.
EkkoSense launches IoT-enabled temperature sensor for data centers
The new sensor aims to disrupt the traditional data center sensor cost model.
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
$240m Singapore data center sets the bar high for energy efficiency & security
“As data centers generally consume large amounts of energy, we set ourselves a target – to obtain the highest Green Mark award from BCA."
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.
AI for everyone: Exclusive interview with Lenovo’s data center CTO
“When presented with the same MRI scan they've already diagnosed, radiologists only agree with themselves 60% of the time."
Server spotlight: Four key features of Lenovo’s ThinkSystem SD650
85-90% of heat is removed from the servers by water cooling and can be repurposed throughout the data center.