Optimizing Data Center Energy Use: Leveraging the Intersection of IT and Cooling Systems
The types of energy use optimization strategies for data centers will vary based on specifics of the program. Regardless, there is a common thread that connects all data centers – the cooling and IT systems. Comprised largely of servers, storage and network equipment, the IT systems are selected on their ability to meet the stated mission. And whether private or public sector, for-profit or research-based, there are many measures that can be taken to leverage the synergistic relationship between the cooling systems at the micro-level (servers and other IT equipment) and at the macro-level (data center cooling systems) to reduce energy use.
1. Understand the specifics of how enterprise servers consume energy 2. Identify and articulate the intersection of energy use in IT equipment and data center cooling systems
3. Analyze different strategies to reduce overall data center energy use
4. Report on various energy-saving measures including increasing the temperature in the data center, using near- and close-coupled cooling strategies, air/water economization, evaporative cooling, and liquid-cooled servers
Start Time: 10/25/2017 10:00:00 AM
End Time: 10/25/2017 11:00:00 AM
Bill Kosik, PE, CEM, LEED AP, BEMP
Senior Mechanical Engineer – Mission Critical
exp Global Inc.
Room Number: B
Track:The FM-IT Link