Applied Math Modeling Inc., has shipped CoolSim 4.3, which adds ease-of-use and modeling features for data center design optimization.
Some features include new techniques for rapid selections of data center objects, the ability to group and replicate groups multiple times with offsets in any dimension, enhanced object component library system that has updates from data center manufacturers and pre-simulation reporting.
Users can also create their own library items and store them for later use, a company press release states. The software also has a “power view” that allows for visual representation of rack power density. The company also states CoolSim 4.3 was built upon a new modeling environment, which improves productivity by allowing models to be built in multiple views and supports multiple monitors.
“CoolSim was designed from the ground up to meet the needs of users who don’t have the time to climb a steep learning curve,” says Paul Bemis, CEO of Applied Math Modeling. “CoolSim 4.3 continues this tradition by adding a significant amount of features aimed at speeding up the model building and simulation process, allowing users to analyze many more design alternatives prior to selecting the optimal design for a given data center environment.”
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.