It’s no secret that data centers can consume a lot of energy. In fact, they will be consuming one-fifth of the global power by 2025 and they will represent 40 percent of the carbon emissions by 2040. When framed in this context, saving energy in data centers isn’t only about saving money, it’s also about saving the planet.
Efficiency can increase while power consumption can go down when you do data center remote power monitoring properly. Learn how.
From power distribution units to overhead busways, remote power panels and branch circuit cables, the choices you make about your data center’s power is one of the most important you’ll make. We can help you.
In honor of the Fourth of July and a rising heat wave across the nation, today we’ll look at how to keep cool even as densities in the data center rise. From CRACs to alternative solutions, here are the best ways to keep the heat in check.
To ensure uptime, you need electrical infrastructure built from quality components. It’s equally important to include redundancy in the electrical design to ensure uptime in event of a system failure. Learn how Instor’s electrical design services can help you maintain uptime.