Did you know that cooling makes up around 40% of total data center operating costs? In most cases, rack cooling best practices can increase the efficiency of the overall IT infrastructure without breaking the bank.
Close-Coupled Active Cooling
Close-coupled air conditioning units increase efficiency because they can be placed close to the heat source inside, near or between racks. The AC units focus cooling where it's needed most, so you won't waste energy and money lowering the temperature of the entire room.
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Passive Cooling Strategies
Passive cooling uses natural convection to move warm air away from equipment. Examples of passive airflow management include the use of blanking panels and ducting. Because it's passive, it's energy- and cost-efficient.
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