IT Facilities Assessment, Design and Construction Services - thermal analysis for high density computing

Thermal analysis for high density computing provides data-center analysis, design and construction consultation and services to help optimise facility heating and cooling, and server performance.

IBM IT Facilities Assessment, Design and Construction Services - thermal analysis for high density computing leverages real-time thermal modeling to help identify, address and resolve heat-related issues in data centers.

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Racks of servers have enabled you to process, store and make data available anywhere, anytime. But doing that consumes energy and creates heat. That heat causes equipment to fail, limits or prohibits adding computing equipment and forces you to operate with excessive energy-related costs.

IBM IT Facilities Assessment, Design and Construction Services - thermal analysis for high density computing can help you identify, address and resolve heat-related issues in your computing environment. Our methodology includes two distinct processes: one allows you to develop thermal solutions for current data centers; the other helps you plan and optimise new data-center facilities. Through analysis of real-time thermal models, you can pinpoint high-heat areas within a computer room - and create solutions that can help alleviate the problem.

In addition to helping to reduce operating costs, thermal analysis for high density computing from IBM can help you increase system resilience, thereby enhancing both business continuity and staff productivity.

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