Vaisala eGuide: Reducing data center cooling energy consumption with accurate measurements

How to reduce cooling energy costs through higher measurement accuracy? 

Cooling is critical to maintaining temperature and humidity at the optimal level for reliable server operations. However, cooling and air conditioning are second only to IT equipment in terms of power consumption in data centers, accounting for up to 40 percent of the total energy demand. It comes as no surprise, that even the
tiniest variations in cooling temperature can have a significant impact on the overall running costs of a data center.

Download a free insider’s guide to get the best tips on cutting data center cooling energy consumption with accurate measurements:


  • data center trends and the critical role of cooling and measurements
  • why does measurement accuracy matter and how does it affect data center costs and risks
  • case study: measurement accuracy vs. cooling energy costs in a data center
  • how to increase measurement accuracy: five characteristics of high-accuracy measurements

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