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Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center
New power and cooling technology allows for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones within an existing or new low-density data center

low density data center server room  data center provides a low cost, viable solution to the challenges mentioned above. This high-density zone avoids dependence on the unpredictable nature of raised floor cooling and would not require complex computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis prior to installation. Figure 3 illustrates three high-density zone implementation methodologies all of which are capable of supporting independent power distribution, UPS, and cooling systems. This drop-in solution eliminates the hot spots in Figure 2b by

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low density data center server room  that were designed for low density find that the deployment of high density relieves space pressure; however, the benefits of compaction of the IT space are not large. On the other hand, there are facilities that are highly constrained by physical space for which floor area is extremely expensive or impractical to obtain. The consequence is that a density specification methodology must take into account the value of space and any hard limits on space. Loss of Space to Power and Cooling Infrastructure Read More

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low density data center server room  power distribution, either at low voltage or high voltage, has been proposed as an alternative to AC power distribution. The hypothetical benefits of a DC system are claimed to include substantial increases in electrical efficiency. The system proposed in this paper achieves many of the same benefits with much lower cost and complexity. Therefore, the high voltage AC distribution system is a preferred strategy to improve data center efficiency. This subject is discussed in more detail in APC White Paper Read More

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