Tech Showcases - Day One
A series of quick-fire presentations showcasing the latest technologies and innovations in cooling data centers.
12:00pm - Novenco: World-leading sustainable design in ventilation
The demand for more and faster data communication has resulted in a strong growth in the number of hyperscale data centers, which increases the stress on global energy demands. In the last 10 years, a lot of efforts have been done to bring down the PUE of data centers but as demand keeps growing, the request for products that can combine low energy consumption, low sound generation, as well as 98% recyclability rates, would be the dream for a sustainable data center design. Follow the NOVENCO session by Hans Godden, Director Product Management at NOVENCO, so we can make that dream become a reality.
12:20pm - ABB ACH580 ultra-low harmonic drives for data center cooling
Did you know that cooling can account for up to 40% of energy consumed by an average data center? ABB ACH580 ultra-low harmonic (ULH) drives help to make data center cooling truly efficient while keeping the power network free of disturbances for reliable data center operation. The drives come in an extremely compact design that delivers unity power factor with a 3% or less THDi, meeting the most stringent requirements of power quality standards. Join the session to learn more about the technology ABB ULH drives are based on, and how it helps to save substantial costs for data centers.
12:40pm - Stulz: Custom Indoor AHU for DataCenters - how STULZ maximizes cooling density
STULZ is breaking new ground with its Indoor Air Handling Unit. The purpose-built solution meets users unique requirements for mission-critical environments by using proven STULZ technology. Thanks to the new cooling concept the unit not only saves white space in large and hyperscale data centers but also makes highly efficient, reliable and performance-oriented operation possible without the need of a raised floor. This presentation will showcase this solution.
This session took place on August 4, 2020
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