Demand Based Cooling

Demand Based Cooling (DBC) is a total systems level approach to optimizing Data Center Airflow. Comprehensive data center computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis and best practices are coupled with an advanced active airflow management system which monitors and manages CRAC units and adds networked adaptive airmovers to improve data center cooling efficency and redundancy. Since many data centers are overcooled but have airflow distribution issues, by actively controlling airflow and cooling, both efficiency (PUE) and cooling capacity are radically transformed. Data center cooling efficiency is improved by 20 to 40%, in the typical case, while cooling redundancy is simultaneously enhanced. 

Remote environmental monitoring, trending, and alarming over secure IP communications allow operators at any location to monitor the health of one or more data centers. The entire process of monitoring and reporting can be provided as an ongoing service if desired, alleviating organizations from having to dedicate resources to this function. The entire process of implementing DBC has been designed from the outset to be completely non-disruptive to the 24xForever operations of the data center. By dynamically provisioning data center cooling, energy savings of 20-40% are typical. Many customers choose to use this added efficiency to install more servers in the same space.

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    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/apply_f2.png  Demand Based Cooling Brochure

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/apply_f2.png Case Studies

     

     

     

     

    Solution Benefits


    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_thermometer.png  Matches airflow to meet rack-specific IT load and temperatures

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_24-7.png  Fully automated, remote asset activation responsive to CRAC/CRAH failures or thermal spikes


    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_uptime.png Average IT Capacity Gains of 30%

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_uptime.pngFacility-wide energy savings for improved PUE and energy rebate qualification

     http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_pc.png  Simple, user-friendly inerface for easy collaboration on any device

     

    Technical Features


    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_thermometer.png  Interpolates real-time airflow requirements based on data from a network of temperature and pressure sensors and facility cooling assets

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_airflow.png  Airflow control infrastructure dynamically supplies as much as 1200 CFM of airflow or whatever amount is required based on thermal and pressure conditions

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_24-7.png  Environmental management services available

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_24-7.png  Non-disruptive, zero footprint  installation

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_pc.png  Integrates with any Building Management System or DCIM console

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    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/apply_f2.png Environmental Management Brochure

     

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/apply_f2.png Case Studies

     

     

     

     

    Solution Benefits


    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_thermometer.png  DBC system realignment to the continually changing environment

     

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_24-7.png  Continuous cooling optimization managed by dedicated engineer

    http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_uptime.png Regular capacity insights and recommendations for infrastructure setup

     http://www.adaptivcool.com/images/bullet_pc.png  Monthly and Quarterly Performance Reporting & Expert Analysis

     Predictive & Preventative Maintenance Visibility 

     

     

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