Webinars & Presentations
Thermal Guidelines and Temperature Measurements in Data Centers
May 13th | 1:00 PM PDT - 2:00 PM PDT | Registration link coming soon!
Accurate and cost-effective temperature management in data centers is not only important for air management and overall energy efficiency but also for thermal management of the IT equipment. The latter is a proxy for IT equipment reliability and longevity. Therefore, the return on investment from temperature management is often very high.This webinar is presented by the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) sponsored Center of Expertise for Energy Efficiency in Data Centers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Specifically, the training provides:
- Context of thermal management in data centers
- Generalized thermal best practices
- Importance of accurate temperature measurements
- Rules for limiting sensor hardware and labor costs
- Accurate low-density temperature probe configurations.
This training provides complementary information to a previous four-part webinar series, which introduced a broad toolkit for identifying energy-saving opportunities in data centers. Putting this information in the hands of federal data center operators and energy managers enables achievement of statutory and administrative requirements to reduce their energy use and ensure energy resilience for critical infrastructure – both core FEMP objectives.
Explore the CoE's past webinars, on topics ranging from Air Management fundamentals to leveraging ESPC financing for data center energy efficiency projects.