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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Ken Robson tagged heat

We are currently in the biggest data center construction boom in history. At the same time, this boom is dramatically weakening the future flexibility and financial performance of information technology.

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Many data centers are welcoming liquid cooling into their infrastructures to achieve better cooling efficiency. This buyer's guide to liquid cooling in the data center looks at some of the available products. There are a couple different approaches to dat

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As electronic systems get faster, they get noisier and hotter. Current thermal management solutions are falling behind. Current solutions do not scale fast enough to keep up with the performance curve. Moore’s Law rates of performance improvement are be

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Abstract: A data center is a computer room containing a dense aggregation of commodity computing, networking and storage hardware mounted in industry standard racks. With the evolution of microprocessor fabrication technology and the increasing demand of

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Abstract: The data center plays a more and more important role with the increasing demands of internet and commodity computing. As a result of the evolution of the microprocessor and increasing demands of customers, the power density in data centers becom

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Abstract: Recent work has proposed a control algorithm to optimize local temperature distribution in data centers, based on the information of the correlation matrix between vent group configuration and rack inlet temperature [2] [3]. This paper presents

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Abstract: Contemporary data centers contain a denser aggregation of commodity computing, networking and storage hardware mounted in industry standard racks than before. As a result of high power density in data centers, mechanical engineers face more chal

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The SPEC Power-Performance committee has begun development of the first generation SPEC benchmark for evaluating the energy efficiency for server class computers. The SPECpower benchmark goal is to provide a means to fairly and consistently report system

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Industrial Light & Magic found an innovative way to gain power efficiencies and reduce heat in some of its blade-server racks.

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APRIL 03, 2006 (COMPUTERWORLD) - Increasing power densities of networked storage, communications equipment and servers all contribute to the power and cooling problem. However, servers have become the biggest issue because server farms have grown so large

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