Lighting and the Efficient Data Center

Lighting and the Efficient Data Center


Since lighting only utilizes 5% of a data center’s energy load, it’s typically the last place IT staff consider when trying to improve data center efficiency. However, it’s one of the easiest components to address, and a new data center lighting approach has been developed to beef up your power utilization effectiveness (PUE), while reducing the amount of light needed in your data center. This brief white paper discusses:

  • What is the most efficient lighting approach for a data center?
  • The “follow-me” lighting approach
  • An intelligent lighting network solution offers a more efficient way
  • And more

Read on now to uncover the ins-and-outs of this inexpensive data center lighting approach, so you can distribute your data center budget where it’s really needed.

22 Apr 2014
31 Mar 2014
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