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Tackling Today's Data Center Energy Efficiency Challenges - A Software-Oriented Approach
Energy consumption is a growing concern for data centers. Advances in server equipment technologies and increased demand for computing power have increased load densities in the computer room, which in turn has caused corresponding increases in data center power consumption. Energy efficiency measures are thus of high importance for data center designers, operators, and owners. This paper outlines a software-based approach to the data gathering, trending, and analysis that are necessary to apply successful energy efficiency measures in data center environments.
William A. Brown
Lead Engineer for Critical Power Consulting, Square D/Schneider Electric Engineering Services group
William A. Brown, P.E., is the Lead Engineer for Critical Power Consulting with Square D/Schneider Electric Engineering Services group. Mr. Brown holds a BSEE degree from Tennessee Technological University. He provides electric power consulting engineering support for the Square D Critical Power Competency Center, which is dedicated to providing innovative solutions to the critical power industry. Over the past 12 years he has held various engineering positions with Square D/Schneider Electric in the areas of electric power systems, switchgear design, and power system automation and control. He is a registered engineer in the State of Tennessee.
- Square D Critical Power Competency Center
- 22 Aug 2007
- 01 May 2007
- 17 Page(s)
- White Paper