Zero Reason to Settle for Sub Standard Aisle Containment When it comes to cooling and operating data center infrastructure, there is zero reason to settle for anything less than the best. Cool Shield experts engineer containment solutions to maximize data center efficiency and keep temperatures… Find out more about Zero Reason to Settle for Sub Standard Aisle Containment
32% Open Area Floor Tiles – The “Goldilocks” Tile For years, data center perforated floor tiles featured a 20 to 25% airflow pattern. This provided sufficient airflow since cabinets rarely had a heat load above 3 to 4 KW. However, modern data centers have… Find out more about 32% Open Area Floor Tiles – The “Goldilocks” Tile
Power Trends for 2017 Data Center Resources was recently named to Inc Magazine of fastest growing private firms in the U.S. How did we accomplish this in such a tough market? We listened. We spotted trends. We acted. About… Find out more about Power Trends for 2017
Can I Use an Internal Closed-loop Cooling System for My Data Center? An internal closed-loop cooling system, also known as a closed-couple system, is the perfect solution for high density data centers, because it can eliminate hotspots while simultaneously increasing energy efficiency. If you are managing a… Find out more about Can I Use an Internal Closed-loop Cooling System for My Data Center?
What Is A Modular Data Center and Why Do I Need One? A modular data center is one that is portable and exists at any location that requires data capacity. This type of data system comprises modules and components with purpose-engineering. Modular Data Centers provide scalable data center… Find out more about What Is A Modular Data Center and Why Do I Need One?
5 Ways to Fill Empty Spaces in Server Cabinets The most efficient way to run a data center is to have all the shelves in your server cabinets filled. This is not just down to cosmetics; it will actually save you money on keeping… Find out more about 5 Ways to Fill Empty Spaces in Server Cabinets
Tips to Identifying Data Center Cooling Issues Before It’s Too Late If they’re not identified quickly, data center cooling issues lead to equipment failure and system downtime. Cooling issues arise when the temperature at the air input to the server equipment is higher than 27 degrees Celsius… Find out more about Tips to Identifying Data Center Cooling Issues Before It’s Too Late
Why Modular Data Centers Are Perfect For Chemical and Engineering Plants Constructing a new data center or retrofitting an existing one is not only expensive but it also may be inconvenient in other ways particularly if your industry involves a harsh environment, such as high temperatures,… Find out more about Why Modular Data Centers Are Perfect For Chemical and Engineering Plants
Are Modular Data Centers Cheaper Than Building A New One? A modular data center is one that is designed to provide a self-contained and mobile environment for sensitive computer electronics. These buildings can be set up outdoors and can protect hardware from harsh external environments… Find out more about Are Modular Data Centers Cheaper Than Building A New One?
Improving Data Center Efficiency These days running your data center at optimum efficiency is a top priority. This puts pressure on data center owners to bring their facilities up to par. There are a number of ways you can… Find out more about Improving Data Center Efficiency