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Data Center Leadership in the DOE Better Buildings Challenge
Presentation from the AFCOM Symposium Southern California.
|BBC Data Centers and LBNL case study 020815.pdf|
Considerations of Non-Conventional Liquid Cooling Immersion Technologies
Presentation with the following learning objectives:
Better Buildings Challenge
The Better Buildings Challenge supports commercial and industrial building owners by providing technical assistance and proven solutions to energy efficiency.
|Link to Better Buildings Challenge|
DC Pro Data Center Baseline Guide
||DC Pro Baseline Manual 02_2015.pdf|
Cray Hybrid XC30 Installation - Facilities Level Overview
This paper focuses on the site preparation and integration of the Cray Hybrid XC30 into a state of the art HPC data center from a facilities point of view.
Author(s): McMurtrie, C., L. Gilly, and T. Belotti
|CSCS Descrizione Colin Piz Daint.pdf|
|12/01/2014||Datacenter Air Management Tool Engineering Reference||DOE AM Tool--Eng Reference v1.18 (11-24-2014).pdf|
|12/01/2014||Datacenter Air Management Tool Data Collection Guide||DOE AM Tool--Data Collection Guide v1.18 (11-24-2014).pdf|
|11/24/2014||Datacenter Air Management Tool User Manual||DOE AM Tool--User's Manual v1.18 (11-24-2014).pdf|
Electronics Take a Bath
Presentation demonstrating liquid immersion cooling technology. Author(s): Tschudi, B.
Comparing Server Energy Use and Efficiency Using Small Sample Sizes
This report documents a demonstration that compared the energy consumption and efficiency of a limited sample size of server-‐‑type IT equipment from different manufacturers by measuring power at the server power supply power cords.
|Server Energy Use Efficiency - Small Sample Size Strategies|
Monitoring Kit for Data Centers
Presentation showcasing a monitoring kit for data centers with the following learning objectives:
|Assessment kit presentation -Mahdavi I2SL 2014.pdf|
Guidelines for Data Center Energy Information Systems
The purpose of this document is to provide structured guidance to data center owners, operators, and designers, to empower them with information on how to study, specify and procure data center energy information systems (EIS) for managing the energy ut
|Guidelines for Datacenter Measure and Manage-Mahdavi- August 2014.pdf|
Energy Efficiency in Small Server Rooms: Field Surveys and Findings
Study that investigated how IT equipment was deployed, powered, and cooled in small server rooms. Results of this research are intended improve the energy efficiency of existing server spaces, and guide the design and configuration of new server rooms.
|EE in Small Server Rooms ACEEE_2014.pdf|
DC Pro Tools Calculation Reference Manual
This document contains detailed descriptions of all calculations performed by the DC Pro tools.
|DC Pro Calculation Manual|
FEMP Dashboard Guide
Dashboards help to track energy use, inform decisions for taking corrective action and can be used to track the performance of energy-efficiency improvements once they have been implemented.
|FEMP Dashboard Guide|
Liquid Cooling v. Air Cooling Evaluation in the Maui High Performance Computing Center
This paper describes the efficiency characteristics of a water cooled information technology (IT) system applied in a retrofit project at the Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC) data center.
|MHPCC White Paper _Mahdavi-July 2014.pdf|
Demonstration of Rack-Mounted Computer Equipment Cooling Solutions
Eleven cooling systems for rack mounted computer equipment were evaluated and compared for their cooling effectiveness and their energy use.
|Demo Rack Mounted_2014.pdf|
Case Study: Opportunities to Improve Energy Efficiency in Three Federal Data Centers
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) evaluated three data centers for potential energy efficiency improvements during the summer of 2012.
|Three DC Case Study _Mahdavi-May 2014.pdf|
Case Study: Innovative Energy Efficiency Approaches in NOAA's Environmental Security Computing Center in Fairmont, West Virginia
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)’s staff evaluated the energy efficiency of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) new data center in Fairmont, West Virginia.
|NOAA Case Study_Mahdavi-May 2014.pdf|
Seventh Floor Data Centers RAY Building, Saint Louis, Missouri: Energy Usage Efficiency Assessment Report
This energy assessment, sponsored by the General Services Administration (GSA) and Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), focuses on two data centers on the seventh floor of the Robert A. Young (RAY) Building.
|RAY Energy assessment report -Mahdavi-May 2014.pdf|
Binghamton University - Institute for Energy Efficiency Systems
The Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems, a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC), works in partnership with government, industry and academia to develop systematic methodologies for efficiently
Direct Liquid Cooling For Electronic Equipment
Report on the demonstration of direct liquid cooling for electronic equipment. Cisco C200 M3 servers were retrofitted with the Asetek direct cooling technology.
|Direct Liquid Cooling|
MHPCC Data Center Energy Efficiency Measures: Impact of Higher Air Intake Temperatures
Presentation of the MHPCC case study, focusing on the impact of higher air intake temperatures. Author(s): Mahdavi, R.
|Mahdavi - Impact of Higher Intake Temperatures|
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Small Data Center Market Study
Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) tasked Cadmus to provide insight into the energy-efficiency opportunity in small data centers in its service territory, particularly focusing on small and medium business (SMB) customers.
The Green Grid website
The Green Grid Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit, open industry consortium of end users, policy makers, technology providers, facility architects, and utility companies that works to improve the resource efficiency of information technology and
|The Green Grid|