The article includes my thoughts on the topic, as well as insights from John Busch, chairman and CTO at Schooner Information Technology; Michael Sigourney, senior product specialist at AVTECH; and Kris Domich, principal consultant at Dimension Data.
Key points include:
- Look at upgrading processing and storage capability for greater efficiency.
- Establish a strong preventive maintenance strategy before the summer months hit.
- Keep accurate records to understand utilization and cost changes over different years.
PTS' expertise is a valuable asset in this area as companies are often unable to predict if their data center cooling system will supply a future load, even when the characteristics of the load are known in advance. If your company is looking to establish a cooling system for your data center that will withstand system failures and load increases, contact PTS as the next step in your process.