Every piece of IT equipment that consumes power produces heat in return. The wrong data center cooling solution for the environment can result in higher costs and increased risk of downtime.
When designing data center cooling architecture for your data center or IT environment, it is important to keep three things in mind: heat removal method, air distribution type, and the location of the cooling unit.
The removal of hot air could be as simple as an air duct, but generally is done using a heat exchanger to transfer heat energy from one fluid to another (e.g., from air to water). 2NSystems can help you understand fundamental heat removal methods used to cool IT environments, and to select the best one for your data center cooling application.