Cooling

Alcatel-Lucent Modular Cooling Solution: Redundancy test results for pumped, two-phase modular cooling system

Provided by Alcatel-Lucent

Category Cooling

Type White Paper

Length 14

Publish Date January 01 2010

Date posted June 08 2010

Overview

Current heat exchange methods for cooling data centers are inherently inefficient in meeting the requirements imposed by today's dense, high-speed computing equipment, and they can contribute considerable costs to operating expenditures. The Alcatel-Lucent Modular Cooling Solution (MCS) can reduce energy consumption (with respect to transport of waste heat to the location's heat sink) while offering a coefficient of performance (COP) much greater than current approaches. Using a building's chilled water secondary loop the MCS can operate with as little as 10 percent of the electrical power used by a comparable Computer Room Air Conditioner (CRAC). This paper presents the results of tests performed on the Alcatel-Lucent MCS to determine the effects of pump unit power loss on the system and data center equipment.

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