This solution brief details the benefits of HP 3PAR F-Class Storage Systems. Some of these are 50% fewer arrays that reduce capacity, power, cooling, and floor space by up to 75%. HP 3PAR F-Class Storage Systems can also reduce storage administration time by 90%. Read this document for more.
Combining innovations and best-known methods for air-cooled data center design helps provide new approaches for power and cooling. This white paper discusses real world examples of how to lower costs and improve performance within the IT infras...
The all-in-one configuration of the IBM BladeCenter S makes it a perfect fit in a small office. It integrates servers, storage, networking and I/O into a single chassis, which uses a standard electrical outlet...
Explore this resource to learn what UPS efficiency ratings mean, how capacity utilization affects your UPS' effiency, and how you can choose the best UPS for your data centre by running a simple cost analysis. Read on now to learn more.
In this brief on-demand webcast, you will examine the difference between VA and watts, and what this difference means in terms of data center power management. Tune in now to discover why this distinction is critical in helping you correctly size your UPS.
This expert resource provides energy-saving tips on how to sidestep server failure and keep your data center online. Also discover strategies and best practices for achieving optimal cooling for high-density racks.
The loss of data center power can be critical to any organization. Access this expert e-guide learn why it is important to design your data center with power in mind to prevent capacity issues from happening. Also, gain insight into the reasons for outages and ways to mitigate the risks of potential power path issues
This session will look at various techniques and strategies to optimize either on-line active or primary as well as near-line or secondary storage environment during tough economic times, as well as to position for future growth, after all, there is no such thing as a data recession!