Server Room | Server Room
As with any data center, there are three core layers in a server room: computing, storage, and networking. The computing and storage layers consist of servers, which may be mounted on racks for easy access and to save space. The servers are operated remotely through the networking layer. An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is usually installed to prevent disruptions, and there will be protocols for how to recover from a system crash, as well as data backup plans to ensure availability.
- You control your organization's IT backbone, making it possible to achieve performance and cost-control goals, such as minimizing downtime and optimizing power usage.
- You can build a safe environment that protects your organization's data.
- You have the infrastructure to adopt the latest IT inventions, such as virtualization, high performance computing (HPC), and big data.
Of course, maintaining a server room is a long-term commitment. You will constantly upgrade and expand the server room to keep up with your organization's demands. Because of this, it is important to invest in the right solutions and draft a long-term plan from the start.
Liquid cooling can help cut down costs and maintain system stability; this is especially relevant in the era of edge computing, when powerful CPUs and GPUs are packed into high-density chassis to reduce the overall footprint. Two-phase immersion cooling, which uses non-conductive liquid to directly dissipate heat, is also catching on. For fan-based options, most GIGABYTE servers come with a dynamic cooling feature that automatically adjusts the fan speed to strike a perfect balance between energy conservation and stable performance.
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