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About Data centre cooling infrastructure

Because it's very easy to waste your facility's cooling capacity, data centre cooling can be a complex process. The various options for controlling temperature and air flow in high-density data centres can further complicate decision making. You must choose between air-side and water-side economizers, hot-aisle and cold-aisle containment, and raised, perforated and solid floors. In this topic, get advice on making these important decisions and learn about strategies for cooling your servers and IT equipment, including HVAC systems, computer room air conditioners (CRACs), and liquid cooling.