Operating Equipment Efficiency or Effectiveness (OEE)

Operating Equipment Efficiency or Effectiveness (OEE) Reports
Using Linux to Lower TCO and Boost Performance of IT Systems
sponsored by Red Hat
WHITE PAPER: Spend less on maintenance and spend more time creating with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Read on to learn how Red Hat can help you lower operating costs by up to 34%.
Posted: 03 Jul 2014 | Published: 03 Jul 2014

Red Hat

Maximize asset productivity and operational performance
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: A "predictive maintenance" approach to enterprise asset management can help give you the visibility you need into your daily operations, reducing operational costs and minimizing asset downtime. In this resource, explore the ins and outs of predictive maintenance, and discover the benefits you could enjoy from this strategy.
Posted: 29 Aug 2013 | Published: 31 Jul 2013

IBM

Presentation Transcript: An IT Executive’s Guide to Effective Unix Migrations with Dell Services
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®
PRESENTATION TRANSCRIPT: In this presentation transcript, expert Scott Sawyer explains how Dell Services can help you plan for modernization of your legacy Unix infrastructure.
Posted: 11 Jan 2010 | Published: 11 Jan 2010

Dell, Inc. and Intel®

Using Virtualization and Digital Control Technologies to Increase Data Center Operating Efficiency
sponsored by Emerson Network Power
WHITE PAPER: In this paper, learn about tools being developed to balance workload and improve thermal management in the data center. Access now to discover predictive information - combined with server virtualization, a service-oriented architecture and digital power and operating system controls - can optimize operating efficiencies and reduce costs by 20-30%.
Posted: 07 Jul 2009 | Published: 07 Jul 2009

Emerson Network Power

Energy Logic: Calculating and Prioritizing Your Data Center IT Efficiency Actions
sponsored by Emerson Network Power
WHITE PAPER: This paper reviews the challenges of measuring data center energy efficiency and proposes a solution: a new metric called CUPS, or Compute Units per Second, that allows data center managers to calculate data center efficiency.
Posted: 07 Jul 2009 | Published: 07 Jul 2009

Emerson Network Power