Whether you own, lease or outsource your data center, chances are you either have too much or too little space. The combination of corporate mandates to drive down costs and the rise of blade servers, virtualization technology, and ongoing consolidation have left data centers with the question: where do I put the additional equipment, or, what do I do with this extra space. Coolcentric's family of products help data center management control their space issues.
Virtualization and server consolidation has caused power consumption and energy costs to grow out of proportion in a data center's operating budget. Cooling accounts for over 50 percent of a data center's annual operating costs, and will only get worse as energy costs go up along with computing requirements. Data center managers are turning to Coolcentric for a long-term solution to their power issues.
Data centers, prone to localized heat problems - where enclosures in specific locations in the data center are not receiving adequate cooling to meet manufacturers' warranty requirements - need a solution that immediately brings the temperature down. Coolcentric's RDHx can be installed on existing enclosures in minutes without disrupting operations. The RDHx is designed to fit on most enclosures currently in the market.
Cooling accounts for over 50 percent of a data center's operating budget - and is growing with increased computing loads and rising utility fees. The RDHx is a passive heat exchanger that eliminates up to 90 percent of energy consumption by indoor cooling units. The predictable and scalable liquid-cooling solution can be built on a pay as you grow basis, eliminating the upfront costs of building a complete air-cooled system on day one.