What: FREE Webinar
When: Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 2PM EST
Planning For Power Density Challenges
Load densities in data centers continue to increase. In response, designers and operators need to get creative about how to accommodate power density challenges and how to reject excess heat. What operational modifications can be made or what infrastructure additions need to be provided to address these increasing load densities and the ability to cool at increasing densities?
This webinar will address these issues by looking at what can be done to existing data centers to accommodate increasing loads, and what cooling best practices should be incorporated in new designs to allow for higher load densities.
- Explain how to apply cooling best practice techniques to stretch the ability of a data center’s infrastructure to accommodate increasing power density challenges.
- Apply operational procedures to improve airflow, increase cooling capacity, and improve efficiency.
- Discuss how to use the Thermal Guidelines Recommended Envelope for maximum effectiveness.
- Identify new cooling opportunities that will enable existing and new data centers to achieve higher load densities.