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CPI in the News: Misconceptions About Data Center Cooling

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When it comes to thermal management, Ian Seaton’s comprehensive white paper, “The Biggest Opportunity for Data Center Energy Savings,” is a benchmark of the industry. It’s no wonder then that Cabling Installation & Maintenance magazine recently featured an excerpt of Ian’s work in its recent December 2010 issue with a brand new article entitled “Addressing Misconceptions About Data Center Cooling Techniques.”Blog-CABLING-MAG-LOGO.jpg 

As the Technical Applications Development Manager at Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI), Ian’s received extensive coverage when it comes to his work with thermal management techniques. Here, CPI’s Passive Cooling Solutions are put front and center with a discussion on how “ducted cabinet solutions are not equal to close-coupled and liquid-cooled systems. They are superior.”

With a wealth of supporting background information, field research and extensive testing, the article pinpoints key ways in which ducted cabinet solutions not only allow for higher power/heat densities in the data center, but how cooling costs are directly and positively impacted by this superior passive cooling technique.

Click here to read this highly informative article in full.

Posted by Jeff Cihocki at 10/11/2011 10:23:57 AM

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