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Thursday, May 14 • 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Managing Barbeques in Data Centers with Sustainability; Adaptability

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“Density diversity” and “sustainability” are two top challenges/opportunities in 2020+ data center design. A multitude of liquid cooling solutions are emerging to address the challenges of density diversity – where needs for high density clusters are popping up in lower density data centers. Deployment of liquid solutions in operating data centers requires distribution strategies that are adaptable, “mission critical rated” and minimal risk on data center operations. Strategic evaluation of the elevated temperature cooling enabled by liquids expands sustainability options, both use of economizers as well as energy reuse and cooling optimization solutions.

Discussion will look at the categories of liquid based cooling solutions (row, rackdoor, chip, immersion) and strategies to deploy liquids that align with considerations of sustainability, adaptability, mission critical performance, and minimal risk on data center operations.

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Don Mitchell

Data Center Division Manager, Victaulic
Key topics: Liquid distribution & cooling solutions; density diversity; energy reuse; digital streamlining of data center constructionBackground - 20+ years in mission critical design, construction, operation, both data centers, nuclear submarines, missile systems
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Tim Chambers

CEO, coolDC
Tim Chambers is Founder and CEO of coolDC. With over 30 years’ experience of working in the data centre and allied industries, he is no stranger to the challenges it faces.Tim has been vocal in his frustration concerning the industry’s reluctance to depart from the practice of... Read More →

Thursday May 14, 2020 12:15pm - 1:00pm
EW: Data Center Facility/Modular DC