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Modeling Data Centers with CoolSim
Posted Mon December 15, 2008 @05:10PM
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Announcements CoolSim will host a demonstration webinar on Tuesday December 16 from 2-3:30pm.

In this product demonstration you will learn how CoolSim can be used to model the airflow within the data center yielding potential improvements that have been show to improve cooling efficiency by 30%.

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According to the recent EPA report to Congress, improving the airflow management of your data center is the most cost effective strategy for improving the cooling efficiency of new and existing data centers.

Participants in this webinar will discover:

  • How to quickly and easily determine if your current data center is “over-cooled” providing the potential for energy reductions and cost savings
  • How to model additional computing capacity to an existing data center and the effect it has on existing cooling.
  • Which cooling units are critical to overall data center cooling, and which are not.
  • The optimal placement of additional computer equipment in an existing data center.

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