Data Center Case Study - U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum


U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum


The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, in Washington, D.C., is one of the largest and most comprehensive repositories of Holocaust-related records. Its vast collection includes personal papers, memoirs, photographs, videotapes and audiotapes of oral histories, and other invaluable items that document firsthand experiences of the Holocaust.


After just a half-year in operation, the Challenger gained the complete trust of the Museum staff.

The success of the project earned Liebert an invitation to provide the environmental control system for a new computer room at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Yet, the most important service Liebert performed was to help ensure that researchers can continue to explore Holocaust history far into the future.

Case Summary
Location: Washington, D.C.
Products and Services: Liebert Challenger 3000 data center cooling solution
Critical Needs: Provide the stable temperature and humidity levels required to preserve copies of artifacts in cool storage.

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