Data Centre Cooling news
Data centre optimisation company EkkoSense has warned of the importance of having a thermal strategy to avoid outages
Free audit from thermal and airflow management experts EkkoSense to help organisations gain visibility of actual Data Centre thermal and airflow dynamics
A newly published market study from BSRIA shows that large hyper data centres are changing the market for precision cooling
Demand for Internet of Things (IoT) will increase demand for installed service provider data centre capacity by nearly 750% between 2014 and 2019, according to new research
A new report, entitled ‘Data Center Cooling Market’, has found that the global cooling technology market will be worth £5.4bn.
Frank Mills, Design Consultant for M&E company Cordant Technical has joined the panel for the forthcoming RAC Data Centre Question Time discussion event - London March 24
GEA Heat Exchangers receive China Data Center Product Application Award 2014 for its GEA Multi-DENCO close-control precision climate-control system.
Airedale International has introduced a simple air flow management system to target data centre hotspots and improve the efficiency of aisle containment systems.
Research from the University of Leeds and Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre (PSNC) has revealed that Icetope’s data centre liquid cooling technology offers a significant performance advantages.
Three-quarters of local businesses and organisations expected to increase spending on data centre facilities in the next 12 months due to Big data, virtualisation and business continuity.