Latest Data Centre Whitepapers

Data centre design best practices: Efficiencies beyond power and cooling

Efficiency is a key objective when designing a data centre. Yet efficiency gains are typically focused entirely on power and cooling. This latest white paper from Legrand explains how key efficiencies can be realised in many other areas including performance, time, space, experience, and sustainability. Focusing on these elements can not only deliver additional cost savings,… Read More

How to Increase Data Center Density and Capacity Without Increasing Risk

As demands on data center needs grow for increased compute output and storage size, so too does the need to better plan for the unknown. However, adding capacity to meet future compute needs can be expensive, and enterprise workloads are not always predictable. Yet data centers need to ensure there is sufficient capacity for potential… Read More

Optimising data centre cooling

The choice of cooling architecture, including hot and cold air containment, is of paramount importance for minimising the OPEX of a data centre. However, an effective control system is also essential when hoping to achieve the maximum energy efficiency and PUE. The research detailed in Schneider Electric‘s new White Paper Optimize Data Center Cooling with… Read More

Measuring the resilience of IT services

The nature of today’s digital economy and the surge in data from connected devices has fueled the growth of edge data centres, which ensure IT services remain reliable, resilient and available. Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today released new research into data centre availability and why edge computing sites are… Read More

Bottom-up data center power management

With thanks to Server Technology, download this free white paper to learn why rack PDUs with outlet switching & power measurement are a must in the modern data center or get remote monitoring and management from anywhere with switched POPS PDUs. Learn how in our latest White paper.  

Definition of telecom network energy efficiency and its value in network energy management

Improving telecom network energy efficiency (EE) is an important approach to increasing operator profits. The EE indicator can be further divided into telecom equipment efficiency (TEE) and infrastructure energy efficiency (IEE). TEE and IEE management enables telecom operators and tower operators to quantify energy conservation and carbon emissions reduction, because these indicators better suit their… Read More