managing airflow at the raised floor level

*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part Four of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. This series combines education, design tips, and overall best practices for aisle containment projects in mission critical spaces.  Each of the three previous articles addressed one of the “4Rs” of airflow management: rack, row, and room. In this article,…

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*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part Two of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. Click here to read more.  To put it simply, row-level airflow management refers to improving cold aisle and hot aisle separation. It’s typically done once you’ve made improvements at the rack level (e.g. blanking panels) and…

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data center rack airflow management

*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part One of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. Click here to read more.  In a reality where cabinet densities are rising — with recent research stating upwards of 10 kW per rack, on average — increasing energy efficiency and keeping operating costs down in…

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CEG helps get your data center ready for 5G

In a world that constantly demands greater and greater connectivity, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the rollout of 5G is well underway. Telecom companies boast that 5G makes businesses more efficient and provides people access to information faster than ever before. But with any digital transformation of connectivity, it is a huge undertaking…

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Micro Data Centers for the Edge

By 2020, 21 billion things will be connected via IoT. With this growth comes an evolving challenge for data centers. CEG’s micro data centers can accommodate that demand. Gartner estimates that by 2020, an estimated 21 billion devices will be connected via the Internet. With this growth comes an evolving challenge for data centers. As…

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CEG featured in Data Center Post

CEG in Data Center Post Rob Huttemann’s take on how aisle containment, if done correctly, can yield big benefits was recently featured in Data Center Post. Click here for the full article

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UPS systems are the heart of your critical infrastructure. They condition, monitor, and filter incoming utility power, and when the power goes out, the UPS system supports the load itself with internal batteries. They are sensitive pieces of technology that contain hundreds of parts, including capacitors, batteries, and controls, all working together. These systems ensure…

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When the phrase ‘mission-critical environment’ is used, it’s most often referring to a data center. But the reality is that there are many other environments out there that can be considered just as critical. Municipal service facilities such as 911 call centers or emergency dispatch centers are excellent examples of this. Both of these agencies…

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