Engineering Cooling Technologies for Data Centers | Thermal Control Magazine | HVAC Forum

On May 10, 2023, at 4:00 PM, Thermal Control Business Update (TCBU) will organize a webinar on “Engineering Cooling Technologies for Data Centers”. Cooling is a critical aspect of data centers, accounting for a significant portion of their total power usage. High and low-temperature ranges can impact data centers’ efficiency, and cost-effective cooling solutions are necessary to handle continuous data accumulation and increasing density.

Environmental monitoring and cooling are crucial for data centers to prevent IT equipment from being damaged by high temperatures and humidity. Mechanical air cooling, refrigeration systems, and dehumidifiers are commonly used, but liquid-based solutions such as immersion cooling are becoming more popular due to their efficiency. As the data center industry grows and cloud computing drives demand for larger data centers, alternative cooling options, and technologies will be required to manage the heat generated by computing servers and other systems.

During the 90-minute round table conference, data center professionals will discuss various topics, including opportunities for improving data centers, infrastructure, efficient cooling technologies, innovative systems, and growth prospects for the future.


Mr. Sudhir Suryavanshi, Manager – Large Deals (West Zone) at Trane India: “Innovative cooling solutions to achieve optimal data center performance”
Mr. Vaibhav Pitale, Managing Director India and South West Asia at Belimo: “Reliable, efficient, and scalable solutions to maximize uptime of data center”
Mr. Umesh Kale, Business Unit Manager- HCT at Munters India Humidity Control Private Ltd: “Improve PUE through evaporative cooling on air-cooled chiller”
Mr. Shailesh Paradkar, Manager – National Sales HVAC & Datacenter, Energy Division, Alfa Laval: “Xchanging ideas, Role of Plate Heat Exchangers in efficient Datacenter cooling ”
Mr. Ujjwal Singh, Counsellor, Green Data Centers, CII-IGBC: “Green Data Center”

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