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FREE WHITE PAPER: How Data Center Infrastructure Management Software Improves Planning And Cuts Operational Costs
This paper demonstrates, through a series of examples, how data center infrastructure management software tools can simplify operational processes, cut costs, and speed up information delivery.
In this paper, guidelines are established for selecting a new site or assessing an existing one. Common risks that affect the availability of a business are defined and techniques for minimizing these risks are presented.
Fuel cells, solar systems expected to generate more than 70 million kilowatt hours of electricity—enough to eliminate more than 10,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
Power Assure CTO lays out recommendations to maximize reliability and disaster avoidance in Software Defined Data Centers.
This Friday Funny is more fun than funny, since it takes facility managers on a little journey to illustrate the effectiveness of energy savings in data centers.
This service measures the true idle and peak power consumption of IT equipment in a rack or entire data center to maximize IT power and address space constraints.
An assessment of power, cooling, physical infrastructure, and operational efficiencies of data centers provides information managers can act upon.
Broad minded and methodical, this IT professional brings a fresh approach to facilities.
Businesses operating data centers will need to go beyond traditional practices in order to build economically sound facilities.
The need for the standard's requirements has grown as more attention is paid to improving energy in the country's current building stock. Public review is open until May 25, 2011.
This new unit provides conditioned, continuous backup power to facility managers' mission critical applications.
This cooling product for data centers is designed to provide cooling in the most efficient manner for existing conditions.
This Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) platform is aimed at enabling data center managers to make smarter decisions about efficiency, availability, and capacity.
Only by investing in new energy projects while simultaneously reducing consumption can we avert the “economic, resource and ecological time bombs” just waiting to go off, says Tishman Technologies Executive Vice President Ronald Bowman.
Written to complement existing standards, BICSI 002 includes requirements, recommendations, and additional information—such as site selection, layout, thermal systems, and security—that should be considered when planning and building a data center.
To improve cooling, data center managers can identify four critical temperatures. Here is a short, simple, yet definitive, method of quantifying the energy/air flow status of your data center. Improvement is possible without having to tear down and build new.
Facility managers need to know which cooling system technologies can keep up with their equipment needs.