3-D images can diagnose more than just medical problems
Forbes.com, December 2, 2008
While 3-D images has worked wonders in radiology, some technology data managers are getting into the game by using 3-D imaging to analyze power and cooling air flow in data centers. In this Forbes article, two data center consultants say 3-D models can help services professionals pinpoint exactly where air flow improvements are needed or where to help technology managers adjust capacity planning and budgeting for increased energy efficiency.
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