Replace, relocate your data center, or both? That is the question. If you’ve noticed that your data center isn’t running as efficiently as you would like, it may be time to reevaluate your data center cooling systems and your data center. This will help to determine if you need a new cooling system, data center relocation, or both.
If your company rents, owns or has a collocated data center, you have probably heard the term “UPS” before. No, we’re not talking about the package delivery company. We’re talking about an uninterruptible power supply, one of the most essential elements of any data center. Read More
There’s nothing you can do about ice buildup on your cooling towers. There’s also nothing you can do to avoid icy cooling towers and chillers. Although you cannot prevent the ice, you can manage it better by choosing the right kind of cooling tower components.
Winter is indeed coming and that can mean cold weather power outages. Unfortunately, whether it’s tree limbs on power lines, a car skidding into a utility pole or ice affecting the connectivity of your infrastructure, you can always expect power outages during snowy, icy weather. Lucky for us, there is a solution. You just need to buy, service and maintain your industrial diesel generator.
Decommissioning your data center is a huge decision.
While your operation and cooling costs may be dragging you down, you may wonder if it is worth demolishing or decommissioning your data center and relocating to a new facility or a cloud-based facility? Most often the answer to that question is “Yes.” Read More
The great data center paradox is that data center equipment generates a lot of heat, but they need to be kept cool so they can work efficiently. So, climate control is always a push and pull struggle, which can result in a huge data center cooling bill. Here are some ways to cool your data center more efficiently and maybe save some money on your company’s next energy bill. Read More