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Rahman, S. ; Alexandria Res. Inst., Virginia Tech.

The author describes how web and data servers are demanding unprecedented quantities of electric power per unit of raised floor space. Whereas typical commercial offices have power demands on the order of a few watts per square foot of usable floor area, the data centers and mission-critical facilities of high-tech industry have a power demand density that is nearly two orders of magnitude higher, with 190 watts per square foot of raised floor space being the industry rule

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Computer Applications in Power, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 4 )