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Energy Efficiency at Data Centers, Vantage Way

The first of my 2012 interviews is with Greg Ness, Marketing Vice President, Vantage Data Centers. Until I saw him, I did not realize that I often used to read his blog. He also writes on data center and IT infrastructure here. Greg Ness in the lobby of V3 Vantage Data Center. Actually, this is [...]

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Towards More Effective Power Distribution at Data Centers

Towards More Effective Power Distribution at Data Centers

The second meeting in the PG&E series at the Critical Facilities Roundtable was about power distribution at data centers and was held at Cupertino Electric in San Jose. The first speaker was Spas Lazarov of GE Energy Service, who spoke about points of power loss in data centers. Spas Lazarov The power use ratio in [...]

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A PUE Measurement Experience at Stanford University

A PUE Measurement Experience at Stanford University

The first presentation at the recent Critical Facilities Roundtable was by Phil Reese of Stanford University, who discussed their efforts to measure PUE and improve their data center energy efficiency. Phil Reese and his presentation PUE has been discussed in many places, so I was not sure whether another discussion would give me any new [...]

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