Tag Archives: PUE

Recommended reading: Modular UPSs and Virtualization

In an article on Datacenter Dynamics Uninterruptible Power Supplies technical support manager Kenny Green looks at how UPSs can meet the new energy challenges of data center virtualization. He writes: “Organizations that adopt a virtualization strategy can find that this … read more

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Podcast: How to make energy-efficient data centers

Money is tight for many businesses, but demands on infrastructure just keep increasing. The Green Grid, a non-profit energy-efficiency group, hopes to help ease the burden with an environmentally friendly approach to data center resource management. In the following podcast provided … read more

Video tour through Facebook’s environmentally friendly data center

We have written about PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) quite often during the last months (find out more in our archive). There is a simple reason for that: PUE is one of the basic and most effective metrics for measuring data … read more

5 data center industry trends to watch

At Datacenter Knowledge Eric Boonstra, managing director of EvoSwitch, a carbon-neutral data center in Amsterdam, gives some insights on the data center trends of the next years. Here we just filtered out the five most important industry trends to watch. … read more

DONG Energy trusts Newave’s System to protect critical IT infrastructure

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DONG Energy is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. The company is headquartered in Denmark. Their business is based on procuring, producing, distributing and trading in energy and related products in Northern Europe. Over 20 years experience … read more

Three reasons, why energy efficiency is a good business

Over the next decade, increased power efficiency will be a strong issue. The cost of electricity is set only to increase, and national governments are beginning to pass legislation that will make energy efficiency a requirement. So it is right … read more