Enterprise Colocation: How CFD Helps Optimize Cooling Performance

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Nicole Aguillard is Marketing Director of CyrusOne, a global enterprise colocation provider operating 23 highly secure data centers across the United States, London and Singapore. Learn more about Enterprise Colocation by visiting http://www.cyrusone.com/index.php?do=home.services&sp=colocation.

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Enterprise colocation:

How CFd helps optimize cooling performance Enterprise colocation

Enterprise colocation:

Enterprise colocation How cfd helps optimize cooling performance The increased power densities of computing, network and storage equipment have caused energy cost in enterprise colocation facilities to skyrocket. These costs often exceed in the cost equipment alone within a few years. Data center operators must conduct thorough analyses to optimize cooling system performance. The use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is an effective way to evaluate the improve cooling operations.

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Enterprise colocation How cfd helps optimize cooling performance Why CFD? CFD refers to software tools capable of simulating data center performance. CFD estimates how data center features, such as handlers, power-dissipation sources, raised floors and more., will affect cooling operations and associated energy costs. Air within an enterprise colocation is affected by temperature and pressure; changes in the air flow can cause significant issues. CFD is important for new facility designs or reconfigurations of existing data centers. This tool uses a computer model of the enterprise colocation facility to analyze various air flow scenarios. During the CFD analysis, air flows are simulated using a 3-D presentation. They can identify areas receiving too much or too little cold air.

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Enterprise colocation How cfd helps optimize cooling performance Balancing Benefits With Costs CFD is an indispensable tool but it doesn’t come cheap. If companies plan on building their own enterprise colocation facility, the CFD investment and learning curve will be steep. To alleviate these concerns, outsourcing can provide the best option. A dedicated enterprise colocation provider will have the experience and expertise needed to produce a reliable CFD analysis on their facility. As a result, customer equipment will be operating are a much lower risk of failure from overheating. Customers can be assured of the best possible air flow scenarios. This will keep a lid on the adverse effects of increased energy consumption. CFD helps identify the best possible floor layout for an enterprise colocation facility.

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About the author Nicole aguillard is marketing director of cyrusone , a global enterprise colocation provider operating 23 highly secured data centers the united states, london , and singapore . Learn more about enterprise colocation by visiting http://www.cyrusone.com/index.php?do=home.services&sp=colocation.

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