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As data centers continue to evolve and adapt, so too does the wider world. Data center cooling system designers are having to go back to the drawing board to maintain resilience and redundancy at the lowest possible energy costs, as pressures on resources including energy and water continue to mount.

Given this, data centers are at a crossroads between technological advance and environmental sustainability. What’s more, this threat is rising just as information technology enters a new and unprecedented third age, following the internet of people and the internet of things.

Read this whitepaper to learn from a study based on a London data center exploring the benefits of deploying enhanced cooling technologies across CRAHs, chillers and controls that offer energy savings of around 44%.