Designed to predict and optimize the thermal performance of data centers,
CoolitDC analyzes an entire facility, individual racks, and servers, or zeroes-in on the
smallest board or component. It is the analytical tool data center managers depend on for
Thermal models are constructed quickly using CoolitDC's extensive library of commonly
available CRACs, assorted cooling devices, racks, and tiles. Library devices and
components can be modified or custom devices constructed using the software's
integrated set of basic building blocks.
Complex data center shapes can be analyzed along with the impact of raised floors, drop
ceilings, air leakage, room partitions, support columns, under floor piping, furniture and
other infrastructure components. The user can specify the desired room ventilation - fans,
ducts and vents, as well as power systems, cables, and pipes.
Once the model is constructed, multiple what-if scenarios can be quickly
evaluated to determine the effects of various equipment configurations and
options. Overheated racks are pinpointed by color-coding, and airflow can be
animated to visualize the flow and temperature through racks, vents, and tiles.
The results are also provided in tabular form, so that both technical and
non-technical personnel can inspect the predictions.