Maurizio Frizziero

Maurizio Frizziero

Maurizio Frizziero has been working in the cooling business for more than 10 years, specializing in mission critical applications and IT data center solutions, moving in 2003 from nuclear fusion applications and controls. He has experience in R&D and product management, thermodynamic solutions for continuous cooling, high temperature operations and noise impacts. In 2011, Maurizio joined the Schneider Electric team and is currently the Global Product Line Manager for Air Economizers and Chillers. He holds a Masters Degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Padua. He has also authored several technical publications.

New Data Center Cooling Technology Is Crucial to Achieving Carbon Reduction Goals

Countries around the globe are taking definitive steps to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and, consequently, their carbon footprint. At least 40 countries have mandatory emissions reporting programs in place… Read more »

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Adiabatic and Evaporative Cooling Techniques Deliver Big Data Center Savings – Anywhere on the Planet

With the many advances that we’ve seen with respect to air and water economizers for data center cooling systems (usually called free-cooling chillers in Europe), it’s no exaggeration to say… Read more »

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How Hybrid Cars Point the Way to Increased Data Center Cooling Efficiency

At a base level, hybrid cars get excellent fuel mileage for a simple reason: they don’t use the gasoline engine all the time. But in reality, the reason runs deeper… Read more »

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Change Is on the Horizon in Data Center Cooling Refrigerants

The data center industry is poised for significant change in the refrigerants which are used in cooling systems, changes that you’d do well to pay attention to in order to… Read more »

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Rethinking Chilled Water Temperatures Can Bring Big Savings in Data Center Cooling

There’s no sugar-coating it: data centers use a lot of energy. Probably few people think about it, but uploading selfies on Instagram, shopping on Amazon or reading this blog all… Read more »

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