HP POD is now available in two sizes - 20-foot (6-m) and 40-foot (12-m) - and
provides flexibility for a variety of technology deployments. The 20-foot (6-m)
POD comes with 500U of rack capacity and ten 50U industry-standard width racks.
Inc. has released the Detonation Sensing Monitors (DET-1600 and DET-1620), 24
Vdc-powered, 32-bit microprocessor-based electronic instruments designed for
use on natural gas-fueled engines to detect detonation and misfire and avoid
consequential engine damage.
Coolcentric, a new division of Vette Corp., announced that its LiquiCool systems have been proven to significantly reduce energy consumption by cooling units by up to 90 percent and to lower total data center cooling costs by as much as 60 percent.
The HP POD delivers superior technology to provide flexible and energy-efficient data centers that can reach the job site in as little as six weeks-significantly reducing the time for data center build-out.
Schneider Electric announced two new series
of APC Smart-UPS models designed for use in server rooms and network closets.
Based on more than 20 years of design experience, these uninterruptible power
supplies (UPS) systems offer time-saving, user-friendly features like an LCD
interface with diagnostic capabilities and advanced energy management that
delivers clear and timely energy consumption metrics. In addition to providing
superior data protection, the Smart-UPS systems’ ‘green’ mode can achieve
efficiencies of more than 97-percent, for a utility and cooling savings
averaging more than $25 per year versus most line-interactive UPS systems.
Multistack has carved a name out in the HVAC world with 20- to 70-ton rock-solid reliable modular water-cooled chillers featuring dual scroll compressors for increased redundancy. Through their modular design they have helped save installation and demolition costs, but a need for larger capacity arose from our customers.
Secretary Steven Chu announced today that the Department of Energy
(DOE) is awarding $47 million from the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act for 14 projects across the country to support the
development of new technologies that can improve energy efficiency in
the information technology (IT) and communication technology sectors.
SmartGrid from EDSA is a “master controller” enabling the use of
on-premise and distributed energy sources-such as solar, wind, or
local co-generation-without jeopardizing the reliability of the
legacy utility grid.
adopting the advanced planning and optimization technologies of the
Elastra Cloud Server and by extending Elastra’s modeling languages,
customers can explicitly optimize the distribution of applications in
their data centers to maximize energy efficiency. Elastra
accomplishes this through two technologies available in the product.