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“It is not uncommon that 40-50% of a data center’s total electrical load is resultant from cooling equipment. This is roughly the same fraction of energy that is used to supply the IT equipment itself. The cooling plant power consumption dominates the critical infrastructure energy usage, leaving things like UPS inefficiencies, copper losses and lighting as distant runner up. It therefore follows that data center owners who wish to improve their PUE should logically first look for opportunities of waste reduction in the cooling system.
There is something to be said for employing the latest and greatest component technologies. Advances in compressorized system capacity control, electronically commutated motors, variable speed drives and improved controls have undoubtedly made a favorable impact on the minimum achievable PUE of modern data centers…”
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