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    Data Center Containment 101

    A Subzero White Paper by Gordon Johnson

    Regardless of if we’re entering a data center for the first time or have been doing so for
    years, most data centers have something in common. As you walk through rows of racks,
    you’ll alternate between cold and hot aisles. You’ll hear expressions like “CRACs”, “PUE”,
    “White Space”, “Cold Aisle Containment”, “Hot Aisle Containment”, and many more. The
    purpose of this White Paper is to assist those new to the data center and those assigned
    with making key decisions to get the most out of existing “legacy” and newly designed data

    Since energy efficiency and data reliability are key goals for anyone managing or associated
    with data centers, how can we achieve both in the shortest amount of time while getting
    the quickest ROI (Return of Investment)? When is it more appropriate to use one type of
    containment instead of another type? Which saves more money? This paper will answer
    these and other questions.

    Read the full white paper.

    About the Author
    Gordon Johnson is the Senior CFD Engineer at Subzero Engineering, and is responsible
    for planning and managing all CFD related jobs in the U.S. and worldwide. He has over
    25 years of experience in the data center industry which includes data center energy
    efficiency assessments, CFD modeling, and disaster recovery. He is a certified U.S.
    Department of Energy Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP), a certified Data Centre
    Design Professional (CDCDP), and holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
    from New Jersey Institute of Technology. Gordon also brings his knowledge and ability
    to teach the fundamentals of data center energy efficiency to numerous public speaking
    events annually.

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