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DCIM study: Users can expect an ROI within three years of deployment

Datacenter infrastructure management (DCIM) software is often described as one of the most powerful and productive technologies that can be applied in the modern datacenter. But the benefits are not always easily understood or measured. For these and other reasons, … read more

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How latest modular UPS technology boosts data center efficiency and flexibility

With the intensifying demand for space, power and cost containment in their facilities, today’s data center owners and operators have turned to modular designs to gain the flexibility and cost efficiencies they need. Modular UPS units have become popular as … read more

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Borrowing best practices to reduce human errors and outages

In a world that is always on, in which speed of service is expected and memory capacity is taken for granted, the “cost” of outages is rapidly rising for data center providers. According to the Uptime Institute’s Abnormal Incidents Reports … read more

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The data center industry is getting better at using power

With a 19% increase in the amount of electricity consumed globally by data centers between 2011 and 2012, there  was an increased focus on the data center industry from the media, public and government bodies, all concerned about its use … read more

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Outlook on Asia-Pacific Power Systems and Batteries: 2014 will be a defining Year

In many ways, 2014 promises to be a defining year for the power systems and batteries industry in Asia-Pacific, setting the way in which the firms will address the market through the rest of the decade, reports Frost & Sullivan. … read more

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New report: A look at the UPS markets in Argentina and Chile

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan on the Argentinean and Chilean UPS Markets finds that the market earned revenues of $44.2 million in 2012 and is expected to reach $55.1 million in 2017 at a compound annual growth rate of … read more

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