Strategies for reducing operational expenditure whilst maximizing operational resiliency and efficiency
Panel: When cooling colocation, can air-based systems continue to stave off interest in liquid?
The importance of cooling efficiency weighs heavily on the environment and a large portion of a data center’s OPEX alike. This is particularly important as it is believed that close to 25% of data center power goes into cooling. As such, the pressure is on the world’s landlords of digital infrastructure to select the most effective and efficient route to cooling everything from a remote edge cabinet to multi-MW campuses.
As such, join this panel to find out where the future of data center cooling will lie - will operators slide across to cool equipment with liquid or continue to breeze through RFPs for air-based systems?
This panel will be followed immediately by a roundtable discussion:
Roundtable: Is a big transition from air to liquid cooling a foregone conclusion?
We invite you to join this roundtable which will start immediately after the panel so we can continue the conversation, debate some of the issues raised, and where you can share your own thoughts and insights, and also find potential collaborators.
This session took place on December 1, 2021
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