Reduce your data center cooling costs by 96% with servers built for the heat

Learn how air-cooled data centers in hot climates work to save on operating expenditure and lower Total Cost of Operations, and the type of rugged servers you need to run warm temperature data centers efficiently.

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Overview

Standard data centers operate at around 20ºC to 22ºC to optimize performance. When running a data center in a hot climate, up to 33% of the energy consumed is dedicated just to operating the cooling systems and infrastructure, electricity costs may contribute more than 50% of the operating expenses.

High temperature data centers are able to save on capital expenditure as chillers and other cooling equipment are no longer needed to cool the data centers and IT equipment below ambient temperatures. Operating expenditure can also expect a 45% decrease in total electrical costs and a dramatic 96% reduction in cooling costs with the right equipment. Here’s how:

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