Antigua wins the new challenges against the undesired mixing of air flows. In the end all the electrical power supplied to the data centre equipment becomes dispersed heat that needs to be removed to avoid overheating.
All the parts of the equipment get air from the environment and expel it, heated, into the surrounding area.
Since a data centre can contain thousands of devices, the result is that there are thousands of hot air flows inside it that all together represent the data centre total dispersed heat; harmful dispersed heat that must be removed.
The aim of Antigua is to separate the complex heat flow efficiently, expelling it outside and keeping the fresh air servers need to improve system efficiency circulating inside it constantly.
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