Canadian Data Centres are ready for winter

"Canadian data centres are ready for winter. Advances in energy-efficient data centre management, such as the water-side economizer pictured here, use the colder winter air and water evaporation to cool the thermal energy from computer processors. This reduces the reliance on electricity-driven chilllers, delivering 210 days of free cooling annually for IBM's Barrie-based data centre." (CNW Group/IBM Canada Ltd.)

TORONTO, Dec. 21, 2012 /CNW/ - "Canadian data centres are ready for winter. Advances in energy-efficient data centre management, such as the water-side economizer pictured here, use the colder winter air and water evaporation to cool the thermal energy from computer processors. This reduces the reliance on electricity-driven chilllers, delivering 210 days of free cooling annually for IBM's Barrie-based data centre."

Image with caption: ""Canadian data centres are ready for winter. Advances in energy-efficient data centre management, such as the water-side economizer pictured here, use the colder winter air and water evaporation to cool the thermal energy from computer processors. This reduces the reliance on electricity-driven chilllers, delivering 210 days of free cooling annually for IBM's Barrie-based data centre." (CNW Group/IBM Canada Ltd.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20121221_C2185_PHOTO_EN_22077.jpg

SOURCE: IBM Canada Ltd.