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Archive for the ‘Data Centers’ Category

Schedule Control = Safety, Quality, and Production

shutterstock_Generic data center_1441097Last year we focused on all of the difficult decisions and options that go into designing and operating your data center. Now we are going to shift our attention to everything having to do with planning for and building a data center. (more…)

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Data Center Integration Projected to Continue Rising into 2016

datacenters4Casey Talon, senior research analyst for Navigant Research says, “An integrated approach to managing on premise data centers can help intelligent building customers continue to support their core mission of providing effective data centers and efficient, comfortable facilities while saving energy and capital with more sustainable operations.”

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Building Out a Server Room: the Pros and Cons when Choosing Your Cooling System

datacenters4Converting a room to white space can be problematic. Regardless of size, it is a significant investment for the present and future. Your excitement for the possibilities often turns to stress when faced with all of the decisions on how your space will operate. From fiber management, to electrical redundancy, and even HVAC design, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. To help with this, we are providing different options for you to consider. (more…)

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Economizers Mean Energy Savings!

datacenters4 A great way to meet the cooling needs of your data center while also delivering significant energy savings is to implement an economizer. Economizers can have a significant impact on energy costs in a data center as mechanical cooling is one of the largest consumers of energy in a typical data center. With economizers, you have two options to cut back on energy costs and help save money.

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The New Data Center Energy Efficiency Guidelines: the Five Ws and an H

datacenters4In just over one year, it will be time to vote in the upcoming elections. Between the widely televised debates, heated exchanges and the mud-slinging, it feels more like the election is tomorrow! With so much time left, it would not be surprising if they ran out of topics to discuss. One thing that will likely not be discussed but that the new officials will need to consider once they take office is new energy efficiency guidelines for data centers. So, let’s use the “Five Ws and an H” method to break down the topic and make sure the voters are informed!

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