Please join us October 23, 2019 for Thermal issues in Hyper Scale Data Centers
Speakers: Fred Rebarber of Vertiv
Location: Google, Mountain View. Building at Google TBD
Mountain View, CA 94043
When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019: Dinner & Networking: 6:00 pm; Presentation, 7:00 pm
Cost: Registration through 10/21/2019: $15.00 for IEEE members, $20.00 non-members. Walk-Ins if space available: $20 members/$25 non-members
Cooling of Hyper Scale Data Centers presents some unique challenges and it comes with several key choices such as: efficiency goals, redundancy requirements, power usage, water usage, airflow management and preparation for deployment of liquid cooling. The choice of a cooling solution will impact the building design, electrical system and the data center floor layout.
In this session, we will explore these choices and their trade-offs as a data center architect works towards a selection of a cooling system. We will also include some related electrical issues such as load shedding, peak power, electrical room cooling and the collaboration between electrical and mechanical engineering in cooling solutions.
- Trends in Hyper-Scale Data Center cooling systems
- Large thermal system types and their pros and cons
- Free-cooling economization options
- Impact of the thermal system design on the electrical architecture and the data center floor layout
- Considerations for the future and liquid cooling
- Electrical room cooling
Fred Rebarber, Technical Business Development Manager, North America, Thermal Management, VERTIV
In his role as Technical Business Development Manager, Fred serves as the corporate technical interface for large end-users and consulting engineers who specialize in mission critical designs. A key function of this role is to provide input on product development based on customer needs and market demands. In his previous role in the OEM group, Fred worked with OEMs and end-users to gain adoption of existing Liebert Products as well as create specifications for new products. Before his OEM role, Fred was Director of Sales and Marketing for Cooligy. Cooligy designed and manufactured chip level liquid cooling solutions for OEMs. Fred holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.