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Precision And Liquid Cooling Overview

 

Data Center Cooling Solutions

Maintaining high availability (uptime) at minimal operational costs remains a major challenge in today’s data centers and networks. A significant portion of budgets includes energy consumption for IT equipment and server cooling.

nVent offers a comprehensive range of standard and customized air, indirect and direct water cooling solutions. Our product range enables you to meet these challenges and protect your IT assets, whether for smaller decentralized edge computing, harsh environments, or large data center installations.

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Edge Computing Cooling Solutions

The rapid emergence of Big Data, 5G, Industry 4.0 and IoT deployments also require protection for edge-computing applications, such as high-speed wireless, autonomous vehicles, industrial automation, transportation, security and safety systems. These complex systems are powered by smaller and faster electronics that require effective cooling protection to ensure maximum operating performance and uptime.

Maximize Infrastructure Performance And Uptime

Legacy cooling in data centers uses technology based on traditional air conditioning systems. Entire rooms, sometimes complete buildings, are cooled with a single system. These Computer Room Air Conditioning units (CRAC) or Computer Room Air Handler (CRAH) worked well for a number of years because data rooms were smaller, IT cabinets were not densely packed, and less heat was generated in a given space. While still popular today, whole room cooling can be inefficient and expensive.

Maximize Infrastructure Performance And Uptime

Legacy cooling in data centers uses technology based on traditional air conditioning systems. Entire rooms, sometimes complete buildings, are cooled with a single system. These Computer Room Air Conditioning units (CRAC) or Computer Room Air Handler (CRAH) worked well for a number of years because data rooms were smaller, IT cabinets were not densely packed, and less heat was generated in a given space. While still popular today, whole room cooling can be inefficient and expensive.

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