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46 - Distributed Pumping in Data Centres

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What level of redundancy does Tier IV have?

Question 2 of 5 Intermediate

How much energy savings did Grundfos predict could be achieved by implementing Distributed Pumping in the data centre case study?

Question 3 of 5 Intermediate

How many Tiers did the Uptime Institute establish?

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Q: What level of redundancy does Tier IV have?
A: 2N+1
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Q: How much energy savings did Grundfos predict could be achieved by implementing Distributed Pumping in the data centre case study?
A: Approximately 50%
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Q: How many Tiers did the Uptime Institute establish?
A: 4
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Q: What are the 5 different types of data centres?
A: Hyperscale, Colocation, Enterprise, Telecom, and Edge
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Q: Why does valve selection become streamlined and efficient in Distributed Pumping in data centres?
A: Because the system replaces conventional valves with smart modulating pumps