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Indirect Evaporative Cooling Technologies in the Data Centre

February 24, 2020

Traditionally, data centres are situated in regions that have cooler environments to take advantage of the outdoor climate using freecooling technology.  But with the increasing need to reduce latency and establish the infrastructure closer to the customers, more and more operators are building data centres in tropical climates such as in Southeast Asia.

In this paper, we look at the use of a non-traditional data centre cooling technology in a tropical location such as Singapore. Drawing on current practices and government direction, we discuss the benefits that IEC brings to the Singapore market – a technology that is standard for many hyperscale users in colder climates.

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