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NC Cloud Data Center Delivers Energy Efficiency

Posted in cloud-computing, energy-efficiency, facility-design, ibm, improvement, reduce-costs on February 5th, 2010 by FrankM – Comments Off

IBM green data center in North Carolina targeted for cloud computing
IBM brings data center compute capacity on-stream in North Carolina. The facility will enable cloud computing and delivers an energy efficient platform for customers. …

… “This new facility not only sets new standards for energy efficiency, but provides the flexible capacity that allows IBM to deliver services that enable clients to reduce costs, improve productivity, and gain competitive advantage in their markets. ” …

Via IBM: IBM Cloud Computing Data Center in North Carolina

Cisco EMC VMware Data Center Coalition

Posted in agility, cisco, cloud-computing, coalition, collaboration, data-center, emc, flexibility, infrastructure, private-cloud, reduce-costs, reduce-power-consumption, virtualization, vmware on November 3rd, 2009 by FrankM – Comments Off

Cisco, EMC, and VMWare partner to accelerate the implementation of virtualization solutions for data centers, which will result in lower costs and power usage. …

… “The coalition has been created to accelerate customers’ ability to increase business agility through greater IT infrastructure flexibility, and lower IT, energy and real estate costs through pervasive data center virtualization and a transition to private cloud infrastructures. ” …

Via Cisco: Pervasive Data Center Virtualization

Data Center Energy Information Integration

Posted in cost-effective, dashboard, data-center, devices, energy-information, energy-waste, intelligent-dashboard, it-management, pue, reduce-costs, sentilla on June 18th, 2009 by FrankM – Comments Off

Sentilla data center energy-management software integrates energy information from multiple infrastructure vendors to enable a detailed view of equipment level performance. …

Data center energy monitoring at the device level

… “With the consolidated energy information, IT managers can set a baseline and establish power usage effectiveness (PUE), the first step in creating an energy reduction strategy in the data center. By integrating third-party device support, the solution is the first of its kind to feature a fully aggregated dashboard which IT managers can utilize to identify energy waste and reduce facility overhead costs. ” …

Via Sentilla: Integrate Third-Party Devices