Aiming for 100% ASHRAE recommended rack-level thermal compliance will reduce your energy consumption, and ensure system reliability and uptime
One of the leading causes of data center downtime is a failure to effectively manage the thermal risk component of the data center environment. Thermal risk related incidents account for 1/3 of data center outages.
Many data centers operate well within safety margins, with much lower rack inlet temperatures than the ASHRAE recommends. This results in lost energy through overcooling. With accurate rack level monitoring at the top, middle and bottom, front and rear of the rack you can safely operate closer to the maximum ASHRAE operating temperatures.
Case Study: AKCP Monitors Greenhouse Datacenters' Colocation Facilities
AKCP, the world's oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions, was selected to monitor the infrastructure for Greenhouse Datacenter's highly secure and energy-efficient colocation data centers in the Netherlands. AKCP Temperature monitoring solutions protect the clients equipment.
Founded in 2013, Greenhouse Datacenter's is a fast-growing data center developer and operator. Focused on establishing the highest security and reliability for its colocation clients, operating two facilities in the Rotterdam/The Hague area. This region has become one of Europes largest data center hubs. Thanks to its geographical location and excellent digital infrastructure, the Netherlands has created a strong ecosystem that attracts tech companies from across the globe.