sponsored by Intel
Posted:  08 Aug 2011
Published:  08 Aug 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Most data center administrators agree that power and cooling accounts for the largest portion of their operating costs. And with calls for efficiency and shrinking budgets, it is certain that any attempt to reduce power consumption will be welcome. Recently, a new approach to power monitoring and allocation, power capping, has become available.

Take a look at this exclusive resource to learn how implementing a power capping, monitoring and allocating application can improve overall performance and energy consumption in your data center. Discover this latest method for expanded power and cooling, improved power management and reduced operating costs. 

Cooling Capacity | Cooling Equipment | Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency | Data Center Management | Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) | Server Management | Server Provisioning | Server Virtualization

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