Ultimate Guide to Cooling Your Edge Computing System

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Sponsored by Rittal Corporation
Presented by Herb Villa

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify a checklist of cooling requirements specific to edge computing.
  2. Evaluate the variables in your edge cooling.
  3. Examine cooling choices and how to make them.
  4. Identify who takes ownership of an edge installation.

Credits:

1 AIA LU
0.1 IACET CEU*
1 PDH*
This test is no longer available for credit

Photo of a cooling fan in a computer room. The buzz around edge networking is growing exponentially. By bringing processing capabilities closer to the data-intensive operations and devices, latency is reduced and analysis can be made in real time. The strategic importance for many companies is apparent, but downsizing the footprint of the IT enclosures while supersizing the internal components creates unique challenges for security and uptime. And, as in any data center application, there are always absolutes and variables to weigh. This webinar explores these variables in the world of edge computing with an emphasis on cooling. Herb Villa will provide a checklist of cooling requirements specific to "the edge”; will discuss variables in edge cooling; will explore cooling choices and how to make them; and will help you identify who takes ownership of your edge installation.


Herb Villa Herb Villa is a Senior IT Solutions Engineer with Rittal Corporation, the global leader in modular enclosure solutions. With a background in mechanical engineering, Herb has more than 20 years of experience in the IT market, having been involved in all aspects of data center and system design, installation, and operations. Herb has also benefited from multiple vantage points—data center operator, manufacturer, systems integrator, and corporate trainer. This experience has been used to provide training to end users, engineers, and consultants in a variety of forums including conferences, on-site, and online. Herb has put this knowledge to work for a variety of clients including Fortune 500, financial services, education, government, and content and entertainment organizations.



“Rittal Rittal designs and manufactures the world’s leading industrial and IT enclosures, racks, and accessories—including high-efficiency, high-density power management and climate control systems for industrial, data center, outdoor, and hybrid applications. https://www.rittalenclosures.com/

 

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