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By: MovinCool     Published Date: Mar 30, 2015
The introduction of a relatively new class of commercial portable air conditioners, also called portable spot coolers, has given IT managers of smaller server and telecom rooms a convenient way of solving their air-conditioning backup problems. Portable air conditioners are self-contained units, containing both a compressor and evaporator coil, that are great alternatives to installing permanent backup cooling systems. Download this white paper today to learn about 4 key benefits of using portable air conditioners as backup systems and how they can help prevent IT heat disasters.
Tags : air conditioning, cooling, backup
By: Data Aire     Published Date: Jun 04, 2015
Cooling data centers and other mission-critical environments is an ever-changing challenge. Doing so in an energy efficient manner is an even bigger challenge. Today the CRAC (Computer Room Air Conditioning) units in use at most facilities rely on mechanically-modulating fixed speed or fixed capacity components. Although these units provide adequate climate control, they do so at a cost. Because the compressor, fans and other vital parts are either fully on or fully off, air cooling units based on this old technology must constantly cycle through the on/off mode in order to reach the desired end result. This consumes a lot of energy, and creates a great deal of wear and tear on the parts themselves.
Tags : cooling, data center, air conditioning, variable capacity
     Data Aire
By: Tripp Lite     Published Date: Jun 28, 2018
As high-density IT equipment becomes the new normal, the amount of heat generated continues to grow substantially Ė as does the challenge of efficiently cooling data centers. Traditional perimeter and/or raised floor computer room air conditioning systems increasingly struggle to remove concentrated heat loads. In many small to mid-size data centers, implementing close-coupled cooling solutions can be a highly effective and efficient strategy for supplementing cooling capacity. Located in or near server racks, close-coupled air conditioning units focus cooling where it is needed most without lowering the temperature of the entire data center. In addition, these modular solutions make it easy to reconfigure cooling to handle new equipment or eliminate hot spots. As a result, using close-coupled portable, rack-mounted or row-based air conditioning units tailored to your specific data center needs can boost cooling efficiency and add valuable flexibility.
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     Tripp Lite
By: Alcatel Lucent Enterprise     Published Date: Aug 31, 2017
Few travelers today will arrive at a hospitality venue without a mobile device. In fact, some 86% of us will carry two or more. Our expectations are changing. Wi-Fi is now the essential amenity we look for at a hotel. Itís a deal-breaker: no Wi-Fi, no return stay. In fact, both leisure and business travelers say that itís more important to have Wi-Fi at a hotel, along with air-conditioning, than breakfast.
Tags : revenue, internet of things, digital world, hospitality, connectivity, traffic increase, wi-fi
     Alcatel Lucent Enterprise
By: Asentria Corporation     Published Date: Sep 04, 2007
More than ever before, IT managers need to secure equipment and facilities against a variety of intrusive conditions that could cripple critical operations, resulting in system malfunctions, loss of data or intellectual property, damage to mission critical hardware or even theft of valuable physical assets. Such conditions often include environmental events, failure of air conditioning systems, power outages, and untoward human actions.
Tags : telecom alarms, snmp traps, remote site managers, terminal servers, remote access, snmp monitoring, snmp, contact closures, fault management, network management, remote site monitoring, remote site alarms, environmental monitoring, network alarm monitoring, network alarm management, remote telemetry units, alarm management system, network management systems, network monitoring, protocol mediation
     Asentria Corporation