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Lars Strong

Lars is a thought leader and recognized expert on data center optimization. He currently serves as the Senior Engineer and Company Science Officer of Upsite Technologies. Lars is a certified U.S. Department of Energy Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) HVAC Specialist.

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Predicting Thermal Issues In Data Centers

August 23, 2017
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Predicting Thermal Issues In Data Centers

Note: This post originally appeared as “Expecting the Unexpected: Analyzing a Cooling Failure” on the Future Facilities blog, authored by Matt Green, an Applications Engineer at Future Facilities. It is republished here with permission. Thermal issues in data centers are a common occurrence, and methods for discovering these issues are normally straightforward – servers send …read more

5 Ways Stranded Cooling Capacity Impacts Your Data Center

March 8, 2017
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Stranded Cooling Capacity

The most costly form of stranded capacity is stranded cooling capacity, which is any portion of the mechanical system that is running, but not contributing to cooling IT equipment. The impact of stranded capacity is wasted cooling energy (and consequently money). However, just because you can’t see the problem doesn’t mean it isn’t there. With …read more

Containment Strategies: Identifying the Best Conditions for Cold Air Containment

March 1, 2017
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Before getting on with the subject at hand, I want to take a short step back to provide a little context for this discussion. First, while many of my readers (and perhaps even some non-readers) may have their preferences for hot aisle containment (HAC) or cold aisle containment (CAC), when it comes to efficiency, prior …read more

4 Things to Consider When Implementing an Airflow Management Strategy

February 1, 2017
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock the last few years, you’ve probably noticed the role of airflow management in the data center become more and more important. However, there are many things to take into consideration before properly implementing an airflow management strategy. Whether you’re considering adjusting raised floor supply tiles, flow rates, cabinet …read more

Airflow Management in Colocation Data Centers: Who’s Responsible?

January 25, 2017
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This post originally appeared on DataCenterKnowledge.com, in an article titled Who’s Responsible for Airflow Management in Colocation Data Centers? You can view the original article here. Who is responsible for airflow management in colocation data centers? It wasn’t that long ago that no matter who you asked the answer was always, “Not Me.” Tenants would say, “why should …read more

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