Obtain useful advice about power and cooling management in our January 2011 EdTech e-newsletter.
|In This Issue: Focus on Power and Cooling Management
UPTIME: District Improves Reliability
|January 11, 2011
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Upgrading its data center with a new power and cooling management system enables West Des Moines Community Schools in Iowa to reduce energy costs and improve operations.
Judson Independent School District and Nebo School District use power management tools to monitor UPS devices. This software can give IT departments more granular control over energy use and related costs and insight into environmental conditions.
Do the Math
Intended to help administrators improve data center efficiency, PUE is the ratio of total power into the data center to power used by IT. A rating below 2 is highly effective; above 3, and there are bigger problems than the IT gear.
Raritan Power IQ
Any school district that needs hard numbers on data center power consumption for billing or energy conservation purposes should check out the Raritan Power IQ 2.1 virtual appliance.
Keep Your Cool
IT staff often end up implementing excess cooling which wastes energy, but the Green Grid consortium shares seven strategies to optimize cooling in the data center and boost energy efficiency.
Green IT Practices: How schools can become more efficient, reduce costs and go green
Tripp Lite Smart 1500XL: UPS delivers high functionality at a reasonable price
CoSN Conference 2011
March 14-16, New Orleans. Click here for full event details and to register
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