High-density equipment has created significant benefits for organizations. However, there are challenges with high-density that could negatively impact organizations. Download this paper for a look at challenges and key issues facing organizations.
Typical data centers draw more than twice as much power as IT loads require. The cost associated with this power consumption is considerable and often avoidable. Get tips on reducing electrical waste and learn about better ways to measure efficiency.
Today, IT resources can be provisioned quickly and cheaply—some would say too quickly and cheaply. But those IT resources rely on brick and mortar as well as megawatts, which are abstracted from the IT department. This Webcast will identify pitfalls data center teams should avoid.
Data Center carbon emissions are a growing global concern. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cites data centers as a major source of energy consumption in the United States. This paper introduces a simple approach, supported by free web-based tools, for estimating the carbon footprint of a data center anywhere in the world.
This paper, with embedded links and videos, will highlight the most essential points IT and facility managers need to know when evaluating the benefits and costs associated with powering and cooling their hospital's network closets.
Tap into the concentrated power of the Dell PowerEdge C5125 microserver. Pack up to 12 PowerEdge C5125 microservers in a 3U chassis to promote efficient power use and help lower costs.
Replay 4 completely eliminates backup windows by taking continuous snapshots of your Windows application servers, with just a 1-2% performance hit. Recover from any server outage in 15 minutes or less and use 80% less storage space for your backups.
This APC eBook will discuss power consumption trends in the data center, why energy efficiency matters, how to reduce your power footprint, and benchmark metrics that will help you measure your progress.
Important differences exist between precision cooling and building air conditioning (comfort cooling) in controlling these environmental conditions. In this paper, we compare both cooling systems’ ability to maintain favorable environmental conditions, and their energy efficiency and annual operating costs.