Power Monitoring - first step to energy saving in your Data Centre
Power Monitoring is the first step to energy saving in your Data Centre As global competition intensifies, companies are increasingly turning to technology to help turn mountains of data into a competitive edge. With soaring energy prices and the need for round-the-clock data centre services, enterprises must find ways to increase energy efficiency and reduce
Measuring efficiency in the Data Centre
How do data centres measure efficiency? We know IT performance improves dramatically each year, but what is the specific measure for this performance? The concept of compute units per second (CUPS), is a relative measure of server output, based on average server performance. Another way to understand what CUPS represents is to think of it
DC Insight a solution designed for data center. The solution provides 2 integrated views into your data center. DC Insight Operations: Based on the proven technology of InterMapper, it provides a scalable monitoring solution to fit a single server deployment for small sites to multi-sites international deployment. DC Insight Analytics: An analytics platform built specifically
Frost & Sullivan: Data centres - energy-guzzling business shows no signs of slowing down.
The data centre co-location and managed hosting services market in Asia-Pacific has been going strong for almost a decade, growing in tandem with the rise in business and Internet subscribers. Frost & Sullivan industry analyst Chengyu Wu expects this growth in Asia-Pac to continue at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 14.6 percent (2009-2011)