Highly efficient IT cooling
Data centers are undergoing many changes at the moment. The exchange of data has increased rapidly, new technologies such as virtualization and cloud computing are in use and power consumption has increased in a way no one could have foreseen a few years ago. Cooling and supply energy have become two major challenges for data center operators.
COOLtec supports you in partnership in the creation of a tailor-made data center cooling system in order to master these challenges in an efficient way and at the lowest possible operating costs (OPEX).
Efficiency calculations and success measurements
The performance of a data center is measured with the PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) and DCiE (Data Center infrastructure Efficiency) indexes, which were defined by "The Green Grid". "The Green Grid" is an association of IT experts who have set themselves the goal of increasing the energy efficiency of data centers. Both metrics allow data center operators to quickly analyze the energy efficiency of their infrastructure, compare results with those of other data centers, and make possible improvements. The PUE value relates the total energy consumed in the data center to the energy consumption of the IT equipment.
On average, half of the consumption is generated by the IT systems. The remaining part is divided between the devices of the infrastructure intended for supply and the infrastructure for cooling the IT rooms.
Key to success for efficient data centers
- Precise temperature and humidity
- Needs-based performance assessment
- Free cooling
- Controlled airflow
- Ongoing redundancies
- Scalability and modularity
- Monitoring and control
Our modular approach not only helps you reduce your operating costs, but also to react dynamically to changes and expand your data center if necessary. As a result, you have full cost control and can increase your competitiveness through the advantages mentioned above.
Range: 6 - 240 kW
Range: 11 - 60 kW
Range: 5 - 1400 kW
Range: 20 - 500 kW