Power Monitoring for Todays Data Center

Modern data center power monitoring systems look nothing like the basic electricity meters from which they evolved. Today’s systems comprise sophisticated metering devices, communication networks and software. By their nature, mission critical facilities such as Internet data centers are prime candidates for power monitoring systems. By employing monitoring systems to analyze system-wide historical and real-time …

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Optimizing Resources – Data Centers

Optimizing Resource Management for Converged Infrastructure May 2012 Adapted from Worldwide Enterprise Server 2012 Top 10 Predictions by Matthew Eastwood, Jean S. Bozman, Jed Scaramella, Lloyd Cohen, Michelle Bailey, Kuba Stolarski, Reuben Miller, IDC #232823 Sponsored by Egenera In today’s datacenters, the massive growth in the numbers of devices, users, applications, and virtual machines (VMs) …

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Energy efficient lighting a priority.

Energy-efficient lighting moving to top of customer priority list. New research could provide insight into utility lighting programs. Research across 2,000 customers of three utilities revealed that annual energy savings from lighting is becoming increasingly important, ranking third for most applications.   Top five purchase drivers for the lighting applications surveyed. Credit: Business Wire. View …

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Microgrids to Nearly Triple by 2018

Worldwide Capacity of Utility Distribution Microgrids to Nearly Triple by 2018, Pike Research Forecasts To date, electric utilities’ approaches to integrating distributed energy resources using microgrids have varied widely – from viewing utility distribution microgrids as an existential threat to the companies’ traditional business models to active utilization of microgrid projects in order to integrate …

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