Cooling Systems

Keeping Cool In The Data Center: A High-Efficiency Modular Solution

Provided by Alcatel-Lucent

Category Cooling Systems

Type White Paper

Length 13

Publish Date January 02 2009

Date posted May 19 2010

Overview

Save on Modular Cooling. Improve your Modular Cooling System with Alcatel-Lucent. Our new Modular Cooling Solution is up to 90% more efficient than existing systems.

And it easily retrofits into your existing facility with 0% service interruption. But the real kicker is that it can also reduce your cooling costs up to 50%, which adds up to substantial savings you could put toward the company's bottom line.

Traditional server room cooling methods are inherently inefficient. Yes, they produce cold air to cool the room, but they also generate hot air as a by-product. So it works against itself by design.

Alcatel-Lucent's Modular Cooling Solution uses low-pressure, oil-free refrigerant circulated through micro-channel heat exchangers that can provide up to 90% less energy consumption for the primary cooling loop within the room. The cost reduction translates directly into huge savings for your company. And that's the bottom line.

 

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