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Server Room Cooling Plan

Published by SPK Blog Post
on December 21, 2011

With today’s computers, cooling is critical.  When moving to a new site, it’s necessary to ensure the new server room will meet your needs prior to move-in.   Using some quick estimation techniques, there’s ways to ensure the needed power for your servers.

Here’s a quick overview of what I do when moving to a new site:
Click on Datacenter Cooling Planning to download the how to document and view all the details.
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