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Has your corporate energy team knocked on your data centre operations door yet?

Has your corporate energy team knocked on your data centre operations door yet?

Adrian Barker
Key Account Director

Sep 16, 2021

Expect data centres to come under renewed pressure as one of the highest energy users within organisations. And while data centre teams clearly want to deliver on their carbon obligations, that can be challenging when they don’t always have a clear understanding of how exactly their rooms are performing from a cooling, capacity and power perspective. Adrian Barker, Key Account Director at EkkoSense shares his views.
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Visualizing performance at a more granular level is key to unlocking data center energy cooling savings.

Visualizing performance at a more granular level is key to unlocking data center energy cooling savings.

Anuraag Saxena
DCOP Manager

Jun 22, 2021

Organizations clearly want to deliver on their carbon obligations, but that can be challenging when data center operators don’t always have a clear understanding of how their rooms are performing from a cooling, capacity and power perspective.
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Data centres – Why ASHRAE needs to steer clear of oversimplifications.

Data centres – Why ASHRAE needs to steer clear of oversimplifications.

Dr Stuart Redshaw
CTIO & Co-Founder

Apr 29, 2021

Since it was first published in 2004, ASHRAE’s ‘Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments’ has been a highly-regarded, vendor-neutral reference resource for data centre designers, operators and managers.
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Need to start delivering on ‘net zero’ carbon commitments?

Need to start delivering on ‘net zero’ carbon commitments?

Anuraag Saxena
DCOP Manager

Mar 15, 2021

Following the recent inauguration of Joe Biden as US President and the decision for the USA to rejoin the Paris climate accord, there’s a renewed focus on broader initiatives to address the climate crisis.
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Research shows data center sector is overlooking a potential CO2-eq emissions saving of over 3 million tonnes

Research shows data center sector is overlooking a potential CO2-eq emissions saving of over 3 million tonnes

Cheryl Billson
PR and Communications

Jan 29, 2021

New research analyzing the actual cooling performance within live data centers for many of the world’s leading brands suggests that data center operators are missing out on proven ways of cutting cooling energy consumption by up to 30%.
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Why data centres need much better early warning systems to reduce thermal risk this summer

Why data centres need much better early warning systems to reduce thermal risk this summer

James Kirkwood
Head of Technical Sales

Jul 15, 2020

Already 2020 is looking like it’s going to be one of the top five hottest years on record, with temperatures easily matching last year’s summer heatwave highs.
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Optimising capacity key to unlocking Dutch data centre freeze

Optimising capacity key to unlocking Dutch data centre freeze

James Kirkwood
Head of Technical Sales

Aug 19, 2019

In the year that Amsterdam claims to be Europe’s largest data centre hub, the city government has in effect put the brakes on the construction of new data centres – a decision that the Dutch Data Centre Association (DDA) questions given the importance of the digital and IT sector to the area.
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Code red as data centres face thermal runaway during extreme heat

Code red as data centres face thermal runaway during extreme heat

James Kirkwood
Head of Technical Sales

Aug 8, 2019

With the temperature hitting 38.1C in the UK at the end of July, and records also falling across the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and France (where Paris recorded a high of 42.6C), climate experts are talking of 40C temperatures becoming the new normal for European summers.
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