CAREL will attend Data Centre World in London this week which will be held on 2-3 March, 2022.
CAREL will showcase solutions for indirect evaporative cooling in data centres and demonstrate energy savings for specific applications.
Optimal performance monitoring can help ensure improved efficiency and lower energy consumption. Detailed information is critical for optimising infrastructure and ensuring faster local and remote troubleshooting.
The complexity of DCIM systems, together with cyber-security problems, require an evolution of the traditional paradigms.
As a result, CAREL will present the new boss one device, a web interface for programmable controllers, used to manage the parameters and status of HVAC units, as well as coordinate alarm signals and share variables not only with BMS systems, but also with cloud solutions.
The need for confidential data transfer, essential for the intended application, has led to the creation of a tool that ensures a secure and encrypted interaction even with external systems, using the latest and most reliable communication protocols to connect to a wide range of external centralised systems.
Finally, the flexibility of boss one is further enhanced by the possibility to customise the interface and easily navigate all the pages from mobile devices, for both programming and everyday use.
The popularity of DCIM systems is also a result of the advantages of monitoring data centre infrastructures to optimise energy consumption and maintain uptime. The spread of fog computing means there will be even greater demand, with the need to monitor multiple remote locations.
CAREL’s group marketing manager for Industrial HVAC, Enrico Boscaro, will examine this topic during his speech at the conference.
The presentation is entitled EdgeDCIM - An architecture for Edge data centres infrastructure monitoring.
EdgeDCIM is an architecture that consists of edge devices that monitor the essential infrastructure of micro data centres and are connected to a cloud system for data aggregation.
Reflecting the same architecture as edge computing, this combines the local processing and fast response of edge systems with the data presentation and analysis of a centralised system, guaranteeing reliability and efficiency.