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Data centres are feeling the heat

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Dec 17, 2021 8:09:12 AM

As Seen On: - December 10, 2021

With the increasing scale of data centres and related cooling demand, innovative solutions are required to enhance infrastructure

With the growth of digital connectivity, including IoT and cloud-based systems, companies around the world have transformed the way they operate. It is estimated that by the end of 2021, half of all company workloads will run outside the enterprise itself, using cloud-computing and/or data centre infrastructure. 

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Topics: Data Center, In The Media, Datacentres, Infrastructure, cooling

Armstrong Fluid Technology Names Simone Walzel Data Center Global Head

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jul 21, 2021 7:32:02 AM

As Seen On: July 19, 2021

TORONTO — Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced that Simone Walzel has joined the company as global head, data centers.  

An experienced industry professional with extensive knowledge of data center services and solutions, Walzel has invested more than 20 years in the mission critical industry. After launching her career with Honeywell, she has worked in progressively senior roles with Schneider Electric, Emerson Network Power, Stream Data Centers, and Vertiv.

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Topics: Data Center, In The Media

Meeting Armstrong Fluid Technology at Data Centre World Asia

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jan 7, 2020 10:10:10 AM

As Seen On: December 11, 2019

At Data Centre World Asia in October, Techerati caught up with Armstrong Fluid Technology’s Peter Thomsen and Chris Han to learn how the company’s latest heat transfer and fluid flow innovations breathe intelligence into the heart of buildings across many sectors.
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Topics: Data Center, Events, In The Media, Data Centre World Asia

The special needs of data centres

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Sep 7, 2015 6:14:06 AM

As seen on : 03 September, 2015

Data centres use lots of energy, including energy to cool the IT equipment. Not only must the building-services system be efficient but they also need to meet the special requirements of data centres, as Dominic Cutts of Armstrong Fluid Technology explains.

In critical cooling applications for data centres and other IT intensive spaces, HVAC system design has a fundamental impact on operational effectiveness and commercial success of the facility. Increasing use of advanced IT technologies, such as blade servers and virtualisation, is escalating the overall energy demand of data centres by 5 to 10% a year, and data centres are thought to be responsible for 3% of the electrical energy consumption of the UK.

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Topics: Armstrong Fluid Technology, Data Center, Uncategorized

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