12 Elements of a Successful Data Center Facility

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12 Elements of a Successful Data Center

Many businesses today are relying on outdated equipment and aging infrastructure to run their data centers. These aging data centers were designed in a different compute era and simply cannot meet today's power, cooling, redundancy and other technology requirements.

Consider this information when you read about the 12 keys to a successful data center facility in the SlideShare presentation below:

  • Companies should grow vertically before horizontally to reduce the amount of floor space and number of cabinets needed.

  • A higher power density reduces an organization’s overall footprint requirement.

  • The colder a data center, the higher your energy bills.

  • Maximizing return temperatures at cooling units can save 35 to 50 percent on cooling energy costs.

  • Removing one watt of power on the IT side results in almost three watts of total power savings.

For more tips on how plan, build and run a successful data center facility, get your copy of The Essential Guide to the Data Center Facility of the Future.


[SlideShare] 12 Keys to a Successful Data Center Facility

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