IBM Rear Door Heat eXchanger V2
The IBM Rear Door Heat eXchanger V2 delivers an industry-leading cooling system that uses chilled water to provide cooling for individual server cabinets. It is designed to increase equipment density in data centres, and helps reduce the need for inefficient computer room air conditioning units, saving you money and reducing your server footprint. The Rear Door Heat Exchanger V2 supports the IBM 42U 1100 mm Enterprise V2 Dynamic Rack and IBM PureSystems and IBM Flex System products.
- Allows increased server densities
- Saves money with increased cooling efficiency
- Requires no power, has no moving parts, and creates no noise
- Simple to install
IBM Rear Door Heat eXchanger
In the last 5 years the performance of servers and storage has increased exponentially. Along with this performance growth has come a significant increase in the power dissipated by the server and storage hardware. This has caused a significant strain on the infrastructure of data centres that were built for hardware power levels much less than what are being shipped today. The much higher rack power levels have caused customers to spread out their server products in order to cool them in the current facilities, using up valuable and expensive raised floor space. IBM anticipated this trend and developed The IBM Rear Door Heat eXchanger for IBM Enterprise Racks. This simple, cost effective, easily installable solution can save on valuable floor space, reduce the heat load to the data centre environment and eliminate hot spots within the data centre.
IBM Acoustic Door for Enterprise Rack
Whether you are trying to address excessive noise levels in the data centre or deploying a single rack in a particularly sensitive area, the IBM Acoustic Door for the 9308 Enterprise Rack can substantially reduce sound levels without impacting the cooling of your servers.
Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems
These IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the US and other countries. IBM will host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo. During the transition, please interpret references to IBM in relation to transitioned products as Lenovo.