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Author: Gordon Johnson

Is hybrid cooling the future?

By using air cooling, containment, and liquid cooling together, owners and operators can optimise and future-proof their data centre environments, says Gordon Johnson, Senior CFD Manager, Subzero Engineering.


Hot aisle containment – keeping data centres cool

Flooding the data centre with cold supply air, in combination with an appropriate hot aisle containment solution, makes for a cost-effective, energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly facility, as Gordon Johnson, Senior CFD Engineer at Subzero Engineering, explains.

The role of containment in mission-critical edge deployments

Today, edge data centres need to provide a highly efficient, resilient, dynamic, scalable and sustainable environment for critical IT applications. Containment has a vital role to play in addressing these requirements, says Gordon Johnson, Senior CFD Engineer at Subzero Engineering.

Enhancing performance with Computational Fluid Dynamics

As data centre cost-efficiency and environmental performance come under intense scrutiny, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) plays a major role in ensuring facility optimisation, says Gordon Johnson, Senior CFD Manager at Subzero Engineering.

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