One of the most important aspects of your control room is the design of it. According to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, control room design, applied toward the concept of efficiency, could save the nation up to 20 billion kWh. With modern technology, data centers have made a lot of changes through the years, and today they are the most productive they’ve ever been. Whether it’s budget, the way work and tasks
Data centers have become one of the most important components of IT infrastructure. It’s hard to find a company or organization that isn’t reliant on the internet and computing for a variety of services and products, and connectivity and cloud resources within the environment of a data center have become integral in powering solutions and constructing networks. It’s the heart of many companies, the thriving, beating organ that keeps everything flowing smoothly. Naturally there are
LED lighting is turning up all over these days. It’s no wonder; they offer some clear advantages over the traditional incandescent bulbs of the past. These benefits come largely in four areas: ability, efficiency, affordability and longevity. Affordability Let’s tackle affordability first because the cost of LED bulbs tends to be the major stumbling block when it comes to their use. It is true that LED lighting does cost more per unit than incandescent bulbs.
Hot-air and cold-air aisle containment is a popular choice for those seeking to find an appropriate cooling system for a data center. Containment as a method of temperature control can increase sustainability and efficiency by keep machines from overheating and eliminating hot spots. Separating the cold air from the warm air is the primary objective when it comes to containment, achieved through modifications to the air flow such as fans, vents or air conditioners. By
It’s 2021. Since 2018, not a lot has changed in the designing of new control room environments, but there are still a number of factors should be taken into account when considering the details involved. The work stations, for example, should be of utmost consideration when thinking of the practical and aesthetic factors involved. Designing in this industry can be very expensive and very labor-intensive, but with a few guidelines, can be suitably accomplished. It