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Many data centers are skipping computer room air conditioners. Instead, they’re installing racks with integrated cooling and planning for liquid cooling directly to servers. Has your company taken this leap or are you still using air conditioners/fans to keep your servers from overheating?
Hi, I was given server rooms where server racks are placed front-to-back without cold aisle and hot aisle. The racks are of mixed brands. I approached our APC rep and was advised to change the racks to APC racks and install back rack doors with exhaust fans as such add-ons are only meant for APC...