Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Explanation of Cooling and Air-Conditioning Terminology for IT Professionals

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Rising power densities in today's IT environment have driven the need for IT managers to understand the planning, purchasing, operation and maintenance of cooling solutions. Unfortunately the Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry routinely uses complicated and highly redundant terminology. Apart from the terms related to mainframe-driven cooling methodologies, there is an influx of new terms related to the server and rack enclosure architectures common in today's IT environment. This unnecessarily complex terminology makes it difficult for IT managers to effectively communicate requirements to cooling professionals, which may lead to suboptimal cooling solutions.

1. Introduction
2. HVAC terms
3. Conversion tables
4. Conclusion
5. Resources 

Author Details
"Tony Evans"

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