Data Centers Recycle Excess Heat

March 31st, 2008 |
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Instead of wasting all the excess heat your data center generates, wouldn’t it be more efficient to reuse it to heat offices, water, and more? With the growing number of data centers being built, now is the time to integrate energy saving and reuse methods. In part one of this two-part podcast, Doug Garday, a data center design engineer with Intel Information Technology, explains energy recycling, a method of reducing the impact of data centers on the environment. Intel IT recommends building systems to recover data center heat into the design of new facilities. Garday explains Intel’s design scheme, and gives tips on calculating your return on investment.

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