Data-center cooling systems must be finely tuned and controlled, if high efficiency and availability are to be achieved. Most data-center cooling systems, however, lack the advanced controls needed to optimize thermal performance. As a result, data-center cooling units typically operate at conflicting temperature and humidity levels, adverse events go unnoticed until it is too late, cooling-system wear and tear reduces availability, and data required for actionable analysis are unavailable. On Thursday, April 16, at 2 p.m. ET, join HPAC Engineering and Emerson Network Power for a free webinar explaining how significant improvements in thermal controls can reduce data-center energy consumption by up to 50 percent.
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