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Why Drop Away Ceilings are Essential to Data Centers

The proper functioning of a data center is largely dependent on the components remaining protected from the harmful effects of excessive temperatures or fires. Installing the right ceiling structure is essential to the goal of keeping the data center at its optimal temperature. Drop-away ceilings are the perfect choice, as they combine superior function, ease […]

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The Benefits of an In-House Data Center

There are many reasons that companies maintain their servers within their own in-house data center. However, one of the main reasons is that it allows for complete control. Although renting or leasing a data center space offsite may be more economical, in the long run the benefits of an in-house data center may warrant the […]

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Liquid Cooling of Server Units

IT departments are looking for reliable solutions to cool data centers in order to keep the high levels of heat from shortening the life of vital equipment. To avoid server rooms from shutting down and to increase the performance of equipment, the high temperatures need to consistently be cooled. This needs to be done by […]

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What to Consider When Designing a Small Server Room

If you’re designing a small server room, the challenges of the design are even more critical than with larger server rooms. You may have a lot of technology and equipment packed into a small space, which makes it even more critical that the equipment is protected and that air containment/airflow is at its optimal efficiency. […]

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Hot and Cold Aisles in Your Data Center: What to Know

When constructing and designing a data center, it’s important to know the best options to ensure efficiency, especially when it comes to choosing hot or cold aisle containment. You’ll want to consider energy efficiency, the climate you live in, how much infrastructure you will be putting into the center, and other aspects of the facility. […]

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Steps to Building a Low Cost In-house Data Center

Have you wondered what it would take to control your digital assets in-house? It may be easier than you think when you consider these steps to building an in-house data center. There has been a lot of discussion lately about transferring all of your company’s digital assets to cloud based services. While that can make […]

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Why Some Data is Kept Off the Cloud in In-house Data Centers

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We hear talk about big data shifting more and more to cloud based companies rather than stored in physical hard drives inside a company’s facility. When you know what’s at stake, it’s really not surprising that many organizations still prefer to keep their data servers onsite. You may hear that the need for in-house data […]

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Benefits of Airflow Management in Your Data Center

If you manage a data center or server room, you know that there are unique challenges when it comes to maintaining the ideal temperature and airflow. There are many benefits of having efficient airflow in your data center. Here are five key benefits of implementing an airflow management system in your data center. 1) Increased […]

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What Kind of Data Center Door is Best for Your Enclosure?

If your facility has a data center enclosure, you know that one of the specific functions of it is to manage air flow patterns, maintain a constant temperature, and foster the proper environment for equipment. For this to happen, server aisle containment is necessary, and to do that, you’ll need data center doors to ensure […]

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Ways to Control Air Leaks in Data Centers and Server Racks

When you’re setting up and designing a data center enclosure, part of the reason you’re doing so is to reduce air leaks and preserve a certain temperature within the enclosure. Air leaks are what happens when there is open, unfilled space between servers, cabinets, and entryways—filling these spaces saves you money in energy costs, as […]

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