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Improving Power and Cooling Efficiency in the Datacenter

Published By: HP
HP
Published:  May 10, 2011
Length:  11 pages

Optimizing energy efficiency has become increasingly critical to reducing data center overhead. HP has been a pioneer in incorporating technology to improve energy efficiency and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) for IT systems in the datacenter, with solutions designed to reduce server management costs, increase utilization, and improve power and cooling.

With the launch of its new Data Center Smart Grid in June 2010, HP is continuing to push the boundaries of what its technology can deliver. A central aspect of the Data Center Smart Grid is Thermal Logic, a holistic approach to improving power and cooling efficiency in the IT infrastructure, designed to help companies reduce energy consumption, reclaim unused datacenter capacity, and extend the life of their datacenter.

Built into HP's ProLiant and BladeSystem offerings, Thermal Logic also plays a key role in differentiating HP offerings from competitive systems. Sponsored by HP and Intel Xeon processors.



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