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The Data Center Digital Twin
Posted Tue February 08, 2022 @07:51PM
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News In A deeper look at the digital twin, Sherman Ikemoto, Managing Director of Future Facilities, covers the history of Computational Fluid Dynamics and what it means for data center simulation.

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“How does power distribution happen in the data center? How does the cooling distribute in the data center? Where does the air go? How does the cooling unit interact with the power distribution? It's all connected. The data center is a system that is very tightly integrated.

“Everything interacts with each other: IT equipment interacts with cooling, and so forth. That's the nature of any system. And back in the days of Flomerics, when we were providing simulation capability to design engineers, all we had to do to explain the concept is to say ‘this is virtual prototyping.’

Watch the full Data Center Dynamics interview here.

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