Energy efficiency is important not only to curb runaway power consumption but also to accommodate more data center capacity. If a company can recover capacity, it can delay spending on capital improvements.
This e-book will discuss power consumption trends in the data center, why energy efficiency matters, how to reduce your power footprint, and benchmark metrics that will help you measure your progress.
About the AuthorMatt Stansberry - Director of Content and Publications
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