Data Centre White Papers

DATACENTRE.ME works with a number of data centre businesses who release white papers on a regular basis.  

Disclaimer:  DATACENTRE.ME takes no responsibility for the content contained in any of these documents.


Click here for link to Aggreko's 'Cost-Effective Turbine and Generator Dehumidification Strategies' White paper.


The Stack: ‘Rise of the Robots’ & Industry 4.0:  In this white paper Riello UPS explores how the surge in data demands will impact data centres. They outline some of the steps the industry is already taking to ensure it is best placed to cope with what increased automation, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and smart manufacturing have to offer.  Read full white paper here

Click here for a link to more Riello Ups White papers.

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The Different Types of Cooling Compressors: Compressors are at the heart of all cooling systems. They are used in data centre applications to carry heat energy away from IT equipment and ensure it is cooled efficiently.  Their function is consistent in all cases: to compress a refrigerant from a low-pressure, low-temperature vapour, to a high-temperature, high pressure, and then push it through the refrigeration loop where the heat is rejected to the outdoors, or outside of a data centre. However, there are many different types of compressors, using a variety of techniques to accomplish the task.

This white paper details the technical differences between the many types of compressors and outlines the inner functions of five most common types. It compares the cost, efficiency and capacity trade-offs that must be considered depending on the size of the data centre application.  Read full white paper here.

Click here for a link to more Schneider Electric White papers.

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Click here for a link to NTT Communications White papers.

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Click here for a link to Socomec White papers.


Click here for a link to Vertiv White papers.


Click here for a link to Gamatronic White papers.

 


Click here for a link to Hygood White papers.


 

Click here for a link to Excel White papers.


Sky has rolled out a new DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management) solution across its UK data centre estate. 
The project was awarded to and led by leading data centre specialists Keysource, who were chosen in partnership 
with Schneider Electric. StruxureWare for Data Centers DCIM platform was chosen to deliver a range of operational, 
performance, cost and efficiency benefits across Sky’s business.
Sky has rolled out a new DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management) solution across its UK data centre estate. 
The project was awarded to and led by leading data centre specialists Keysource, who were chosen in partnership 
with Schneider Electric. StruxureWare for Data Centers DCIM platform was chosen to deliver a range of operational, 
performance, cost and efficiency benefits across Sky’s business.

After hosting a round table event aimed at addressing some of the industry's key topics, Keysource has created white papers that look in depth at two of the operational challenges facing the industry. ‘The Use of Fresh Air in the Data Centre’ and ‘Raising Inlet Temperatures in Data Centres’ papers highlight the impact of these challenges and the potential solutions that were discussed to help facilities and data centre managers make informed decisions and effectively manage their businesses.  Joining Keysource at the event were: the Uptime Institute, Operational Intelligence, Fujitsu Colt, Vocalink, Norland Managed Services and The 451 Group.

Raising Inlet Temperatures in the Data Centre

The Use of  Fresh Air in the Data Centre

 


 

White Paper regarding the environmental benefits of using Diesel Rotary UPS systems to support critical loads in the datacentre.  Using DRUPS systems in high efficiency mode, brings significant benefits at partial loads, typical to a datacenter environment, without a trade off in reliability.

How Green is Green

White Paper regarding the availability in datacenter UPS infrastructures compared.  Typical characteristics of a DRUPS system are advantageous for the reliability and availability. In itself a DRUPS system is a simple concept, using a few components.

Diesel Rotary UPS reliability and process availability

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems require an energy storage capability with sufficient capacity to bridge the time between the mains power failing and an emergency power source, such as diesel fuelled on-site generation, starting and taking over the load

Kinetic Energy Storage VS Batteries in Data Centre UPS Applications


 

If you are interested in having your organisation's white papers published on this page, please contact us as follows:  +44 (0) 7544 121900 / caroline@datacentre.me

Click here for a link to Hygood White papers.

Click here for a link to Hygood White papers.