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Rising rack and power densities are driving significant interest in liquid cooling for many reasons. Yet, the suggestion that one size fits all ignores one of the most fundamental aspects of potentially hindering adoption - that many data centre applications will continue to utilize air as the most efficient and cost-effective solution for their cooling requirements. The future is undoubtedly hybrid, and by using air cooling, containment, and liquid cooling together, owners and operators can optimise and future-proof their data centre environments.
By Gordon Johnson, Senior CFD Manager, Subzero Engineering.
Fresh air free-cooling is certainly a solution that is readily available to lower your operating costs and reduce your organisation’s impact on the environment, delivering a more sustainable future.
Liquid Cooling is the next step for the Data Centre industry to achieve their aims of sustainability and Net Zero, and liquid spray cooling is the pioneering next step in the liquid cooling journey.
Dave Archer, National M&E Sales Manager at Mitsubishi Electric Building a greener future has become a key priority for individuals and businesses in the UK. Yet, 78% of the energy we use comes from fossil fuels which are responsible for most of the UK’s territorial emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases. Using energy more efficiently and intelligently in everyday life is vital to averting climate change.
Jon Selway, Aryaka’s Vice President of Channel Sales – EMEA, discusses the SD-WAN, and not unrelated SASE and ZTNA, opportunities, both for small and medium sized enterprises and, therefore, the Channel organisations which serve them. He explains the various SD-WAN solutions available, advising end users, VARs and MSPs to ensure that when they do evaluate both networking and security solutions, there are no hidden surprises – with native and fully integrated stack solutions offering perhaps the best way forward.
Jimmy Tam, CEO of Peer Software, discusses the need for modern file management and orchestration solutions to be able to meet today’s digital data demands. He explains the essential technology components of an active/active high availability system and the benefits it provides end users.
Jason Gerrard, Director of International Systems Engineering at Commvault, explains the advanced security features recently added to the company’s data protection solutions portfolio, featuring on-prem and SaaS management integration, risk analysis, threat scan and advisor, auto recovery and Microsoft and CyberArk integrations.
In the first of a series of interviews with leading industry experts, David Bond, from our series sponsor company, Centiel, shares valuable thoughts on and insights into current data centre industry challenges and opportunities – with sustainability and skills very much the focus. He also reveals what keeps him busy away from the workplace.
The report also reveals the impact of poor Digital Employee Experience on workers, 57% report serious friction with work tech at least weekly and 61% say negative experiences with work tech impacts morale.