Emerging Trends & Technology in Data Centre Cooling

Studies* predict that by 2025, 80% of companies will replace their traditional data centres with a hybrid design. This evolution requires a more efficient cooling approach. When it comes to thermal management systems, there are limitations in the fixed compressor or legacy variable systems. These cannot cope with extended evaporating temperatures and have finite compressor control during partial load.

As server power consumption changes in proportion to computational loads, it affects the required airflow through the server. Additionally, virtualization is often deployed to improve the server utilization ratio. This can result in varying power requirements. Thermal management systems must provide variable cooling capacity and variable airflow to properly match the variable power and airflow of today’s technology rooms.

Contact NPS and we can help you achieve the best system for your needs.

Liebert PEX4

Efficiently reduces operating costs with an enhanced capacity. It caters to compact environments and features advanced accessories such as an inverter compressor, EC fan, EEV & microchannel coil. Its superior technology allows modern data centres to enjoy abundant load variations with premium efficiency.

Liebert DM

High-Performance Cooling for Small Technological Rooms and network closets.

Equipped with an air-filtration feature, it is ideal for areas where people and IT equipment occupy the same space. Its flexibility and ability to cater to varied critical infrastructure while occupying minimum floor space suits small and medium-sized computer rooms. The DM offers a selection of variants to fit your infrastructure’s requirements and conditions. It also features communication capabilities to the critical infrastructure manager for easy monitoring of the temperature across the IT infrastructure.

Liebert CRV4

The CRV4 thermal management solution is a row-based solution designed to provide maximum cooling in a compact footprint. The solution provides the highest efficiency and availability by removing heated air from the data center hot aisle and using it to return cooled air to the servers (cold aisle).

*Reference Source: (https://blogs.gartner.com/smarterwithgartner/author/kcostello/, 2018) and Vertiv.