Syska Hennessy Group Featured White Paper
277 Volts to your Server?
Paul A. Marcoux
Improving electrical energy performance is an important consideration in the design, construction and operation of any data center. This paper proposes a holistic methodology in achieving energy performance and capital expenditure (Cap X) savings. While achieving these savings, the challenge is to maintain or increase reliability, in other words, decreasing risk. Most data center energy projects usually focus on a single goal, not considering the holistic effect of increased risk or decreased reliability. When these non-tangible omissions become apparent, the energy performance aspect frequently becomes marginalized or canceled.
Syska Hennessy in the News
Often regarded as thought leaders in the industry, many team members from both Syska’s Critical Facilities Team and Green CF Data Center Committee are often asked to present at industry conferences, author technical articles in trade publications, or develop white papers. In this issue, Uptime Updates celebrates some of these accomplishments recapping some of the team’s most recent articles.
Recent ArticlesMission Critical - Apr 04, 2011
Integrating Data Centers into Academic Laboratories
byline by Christopher Johnston and Mark Yakren
ASHRAE Transactions - Jan 28, 2011
Rate of Heating Analysis of Data Centers During Power Shutdown
paper by Kishor Khankari
Power Engineering - Jan 18, 2011
Powering Data Centers
byline by Christopher Johnston and Rob Bolin
Building Operating Management/FacilitiesNet - Jan 14, 2011
Risks of Data Center Renovations and Guidelines to Successful Ones
interview with Christopher Johnston
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