Friday, April 24, 2009

Data center and server room cooling guide

Keeping IT server rooms and data centers cool is a constant challenge
for businesses and the solution providers that serve them.

Concerns about the economy and new kinds of data center hardware are
driving businesses to look for better, cheaper server room cooling

Use this guide as a reference for basic data
center and server room cooling tips, best practices, and planning and
design guidelines.

* When vendors get too big, VARs get going
Solution providers like to be associated with brand-name vendors, but
these vendors tend to have lots of partners. Their products are over
distributed, and at that point it can make sense for VARs to look for
smaller, more channel-friendly vendors to work with.


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