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Adiabatic Technology Helps Cooling Keep Pace with Data Center Growth

Adam Meyer, Sales Manager
Technical Systems, Inc.

Every year, the amount of electronic data that companies process and store grows exponentially. Data centers cannot economically increase the physical space available to keep pace with the growth, and are now challenged to provide more computer power in the same amount of space. The higher levels of microprocessing power in the same physical footprint increases heat density, so owners need more efficient cooling systems that will keep up with the market need without breaking the bank. One technology receiving attention is adiabatic cooling, which uses up to 90 percent less water than other systems. MORE

What Makes an “Ideal” Data Center?

Srikanth Murugan, Global Director Sales Engineering

Data centers come in all shapes and sizes, their designs driven by a multitude of factors.  These can be highly disparate, from the purpose it is used for; to the physical environmental it is located in; the materials it’s constructed of; or even who it is designed – global co-location companies, cloud computing specialists, telecom service operators etc. MORE

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