Data Center Pulse work showcased at the SVLG Energy Efficiency Summit
The 2009 Summit SVLG DCEE project is based on data center demonstration to show the best practices for energy efficiency. Demonstration projects are managed and operated by end users in their own environments DC. Data Center Pulse is defending two efforts at the summit. The first is the Chill Off 2, the project SVLG larger and more complex demonstration of cooling compare different products. The second is the Data Center Pulse Data Center proposal standardized battery. This framework will allow all data centers to be compared regardless of the industry, the level of level, location or design. “We are looking forward to a lively summit where we can discuss this important work.” Graeme said there Chairman of Technical Advisory and Data Center Pulse founding member. “Our members have invested considerable time and money on these efforts. These are some of the main priorities for the data center pulse.”.
In November 2008, Data Center Pulse initiated in the Chill Off 2 (CO2), a demonstration project to compare 13 different product solutions and configurations. Products tested include APC, grouped Systems, IBM, Knuerr, Liebert, Rittal, Sun, and Vette. The coldness 2 is a thermal expansion of the First, who was the first SVLG Energy Summit in 2008. This presentation years will contribute to understand the teachings of this effort very complicated as some interesting results and prospects of engineers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab testing and industry leaders. Seven of the 13 test configurations will be made by the Energy Summit. The final results are scheduled for CO2 to be released in February 2010.
Join the leaders of pulse data center, and to discuss and debate the proposed data center stack frame. The objective of this session is to show how different industry architectures overlap in the stack. The aim of the stack is to unite to end users, providing a standardized method of representing all components, dependencies and interworkings that comprise the data center team. End users want to define how they compare and, ultimately, how they can comply with the rules effiiency uniformly outstanding. The stack frame will allow users to define and manage the rules instead of having them applied to them.
About Data Center Pulse
Data Center Pulse (DCP) is a growing, non-profit, datacenter industry community founded on the principles of sharing best practices amongst its exclusive membership. Founded in late 2008, DCP is quickly becoming an industry nexus for the explosive datacenter industry’s operators and influencers. DCP’s mission is to align end users to share information thereby influencing the industry by defining, adopting and driving best practices and next generation solutions. The DCP members are the individuals that evaluate, recommend and purchase the products and services for the datacenter. They represent billions of dollars of annual purchases that drive the IT economy.
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