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Data center cooling solution


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Design and implement a state of the art data center cooling solution.

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Data center cooling solution

  1. 1. Design and implement optimized, cost effective data center, and A/C cooling solution. Brad Ring Keywords: A/C data center solution, best practices, integrity IT infrastructure and fiber optic conduit integrity Technology leadership, System engineering, Transportation, tolling, ITS, intelligent transportation system, fiber optic cable, system integration, design review, requirements review, cap ex, op ex, testing, review, schedule, scalability, maintainability.Article extract: Design and implement optimized, cost effective data center, and A/C cooling solution. 1
  2. 2. Methodology 1. Create “Smart-aisle containment system” utilizing racks and in-line A/C units to dramatically reduce cooling footprint from 600 square feet to 60 square feet, a reduction of 90%. 2. Implement two networked precision cooling units to circulate airflow directly at data center equipment and regulate temperature as needed per rack mounted temperature sensors. 2
  3. 3. Initial design The example below illustrates the original design Original design Original cooling footprint was 600 sq. ft., huge wasted space. 60’ 3
  4. 4. Revised design The example below illustrates the revised design New design New cooling footprint design is 60 sq. ft., equals 90% reduction from original design. 4
  5. 5. Benefits of redesigned cooling system Cost Savings: TBD after service commencement date Operations and Maintenance: Reduced monthly and annual cooling costs due to 90% smaller cooling footprint. Efficiency: Controlled thermodynamics and contained area provide higher efficiency cooling and lower operating costs. Benefits of fiber optic integrity 5
  6. 6. Participating stakeholders Brad Ring Multiple system integrators For more information contact: 6