Overcoming the Challenges in Cooling Non-Raised Floor Data Centers
August 04, 2020
The industry is increasingly moving away from what was once a staple in large data centers: raised floors. While this change simplifies data center construction, it introduces cooling challenges. Without the well-defined space of a raised floor, it becomes more difficult to measure pressure differential, which is important to determining the need for additional cooling capacity. Read a fresh approach to cooling that helps operators reap the benefits of this trend.
In this white paper, readers will learn:
How to increase overall cooling efficiency without having a raised floor
An alternate method for ensuring the right airflow is delivered to each rack
How to lower operating costs over the long-term