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  • Considerations for Energy Efficiency
    JayOwenSE
    Consolidating IT from individual locations to a central private cloud structure makes a lot of sense in terms of security and efficiency. But are all the proper elements being addressed to ensure the best use of energy? According to an APC by Schneider Electric whitepaper, more than 60 million megawatt hours per year of electricity are wasted on data center power and cooling infrastructures. In addition, consolidation leads to much higher densities per rack, which traditional, older infrastructure can't handle. For these consolidated data centers to succeed in efficiency, they must address a variety of factors: power equipment, lighting, configuration, cooling methodology, and accurately estimating the size the data needs to be, based on its IT load. Addressing these items will dramatically increase PUE of these existing facilities.
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