Category Archives: Data Center Management

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42U Premiers Free Interactive PUE Calculator

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Press Release – Tool Helps Professionals Understand PUE and Begin Efficiency Discussions

Broomfield, CO— August 18, 2009 — The traditional divide between IT and Facilities departments means that many data center professionals do not see their energy bills. To help these professionals quantify energy use and costs, 42U (www.42U.com), a leader in data center efficiency solutions and services, has added a new PUE Calculator, also known as Power Usage Effectiveness calculator, to its collection of interactive, web-based tools. The online calculator details the effect of PUE—a leading efficiency metric—on energy use, energy cost, and carbon footprint and helps professionals start a business case for efficiency improvements.

“We believe in PUE, and we believe in spreading the PUE message to all of our data center clientele,” said Tricia Ang, Director of Marketing. “Some facilities may not know where to begin the PUE discussion. This calculator gives a straightforward explanation of the metric and provides a glimpse into the potential savings data centers can expect.”

After users insert their current IT load and total facility load, the tool calculates PUE on a scale of 4.0 to 1.1. Based on the PUE score, the calculator predicts annual energy consumption and annual carbon footprint. The built-in energy value (averages for each state) also computes annual energy expense.

After the initial computation, data center professionals can insert more efficient values into the calculator, the result of efforts like airflow management or virtualization. The kilowatt hours, energy costs, and CO2 values drop as the PUE score gets closer to 1. The potential cost savings and positive PR are compelling reasons for companies to implement a comprehensive, ongoing efficiency program in their data centers.

For more detailed calculations, 42U’s efficiency savings calculator makes use of the same formulas to project energy, cost, and CO2 savings over 1, 5, and 10 years.

42U provides clients with a phased approach to data center efficiency, starting with low-cost/ no cost best practices that lead to an immediate reduction in energy expense. These savings, reinvested in efficient technologies, allow data centers to continually evolve into highly efficient, highly available facilities.


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Data Center Web Seminar: Energy Efficiency Best Practices

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Broomfield, CO – November 6, 2008: Join 42U on December 3rd, 2008, as they host a complimentary web seminar, Energy Efficiency Best Practices.

Electricity expense has become an increasingly important factor of the total cost of ownership (TCO) for data centers. Energy consumption of typical data centers can be substantially reduced through design of the physical infrastructure and IT architecture.

Electrical power usage is not currently a typical design criterion for data centers. Historically, it has also been difficult to effectively manage as an expense. This is an interesting fact when you consider that the electrical power costs over the life of a data center can exceed the costs of the electrical power system as well as the IT equipment itself.

Join 42U on Wednesday, December 3rd for a discussion on how to quantify the electricity savings of various efficiency programs as well as insights on how to potentially self-fund energy efficiency programs through measurable ROI.

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Data Center Web Seminar: Enclosure Strategies for Space & Energy Efficiency

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Broomfield, CO – August 25, 2008: Join 42U on September 5th, 2008, as they host a complimentary web seminar, Enclosure Strategies for Space & Energy Efficiency.

Historically, Data Center managers didn’t invest much thought in their deployment of server racks beyond basic functionality, air flow, and the initial cost of the rack itself. Today, the widespread deployment of high-density configurations is causing major hot spot concerns and capacity issues. These factors, along with the high cost of power, require a sound understanding of how your server rack deployment plan relates to your overall efficiency strategy.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Know Your Server Rack Cooling Strategy

  • Consider The Latest Power Technologies

  • Select The Right Rack Size

  • Plan Your Physical Security

  • Tailor Your Rack Design To Your Needs

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Data Center Web Seminar: Data Center Measurement Techniques

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Broomfield, CO – August 14, 2008: Join 42U on August 22nd, as we host a complimentary web seminar, Data Center Measurement Techniques.

Establishing a baseline measurement of your data center is an important first step in developing a meaningful ROI for any data center project. The cost of energy has recently exceeded the cost of IT equipment; understanding your energy footprint in terms of power consumption and cooling demand has become an important management tool. Measuring and tracking this information will identify immediate needs and opportunities for remediation as well as cost reduction. In addition, it will allow for progressive insights into the performance of your environment relative to industry benchmarks as well as form the foundation for ‘green’ initiatives.

Jacque “J” Swartz, Director of Marketing, at 42U shares his knowledge:

  • Planning what and how to measure
  • Interpreting results
  • Developing an efficiency improvement plan with ranks by ROI

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Data Center Web Seminar: Energy Efficient Cooling Solutions for the Data Center

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Broomfield, CO – July 30, 2008: Join 42U on August 8th, as we host a complimentary web seminar, Energy Efficient Cooling Solutions for the Data Center

Accenture recently reported on an event hosted by Sun Microsystems assessing four energy-efficient modular, scalable server rack cooling systems for data centers. During this “Chill-Off”, the four solutions were evaluated under a range of conditions reflecting different inlet air temperatures and server loads, and for the appropriate systems, elevated chilled water temperatures. The rack density measured for this study capped off at a 10kw.

Jacque “J” Swartz, Director of Marketing at 42U, discusses of server rack cooling solutions for higher density, 10kW+ load, applications.

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Data Center Web Seminar: ENERGY STAR Data Center Infrastructure Rating Development

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Broomfield, CO – June 12, 2008: Join 42U on June 23rd, as we host a complimentary web seminar, ENERGY STAR Data Center Infrastructure Rating Development.

Energy use in data centers is increasing rapidly.  In 2006, energy consumption to operate IT equipment and data center facilities represented 61 billion kWh or approximately $6 billion in annual expenditures.  This accounts for 1.5% of total U.S. electricity consumption and is projected to increase to 100 billion kWh by 2011.

To assist data center operators in capturing the financial and environmental benefits of improved energy efficiency in their facilities, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is developing an ENERGY STAR rating for data center infrastructure.

This is where YOU come in!

Brian Carroll, Project Manager at ICF International, and Jacque “J” Swartz, Director of Marketing at 42U, in support of the EPA speaks about the Data Center Infrastructure Rating development effort and how you can participate.

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EPA is working collaboratively with industry to collect data on energy use and operating characteristics from a large number of existing data centers, including both stand-alone facilities as well as data centers located in office and other types of buildings. EPA needs the help of industry stakeholders to make this effort a success, and everyone has a role to play in this effort.

Data Needed to Build Rating:

  • Climate zone (zip code)

  • Type of data center (function)

  • Reliability (Tier Level)

  • Total IT plug energy (12 months of data)

  • Total facility energy usage (12 months of data for all fuels)

This webinar will provide background on the Data Center Infrastructure Rating initiative, its goals, how you can participate, and an update on progress to date.

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Data Center Web Seminar: Three Best Practices for Optimizing Space and Power in your Existing IT Infrastructure

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Broomfield, CO – April 29, 2008: Join 42U on May 14th, as we host a complimentary web seminar, Three Best Practices for Optimizing Space and Power in your Existing IT Infrastructure.

In a recent survey by the Uptime Institute, 42% of enterprise data center managers reported that they would run out of power capacity within 24 months. This statistic isn’t surprising when you consider that today’s IT hardware requires more power-distribution air conditioning and UPS capacity than in the past.

What steps is your data center taking to mitigate the detrimental disruptions of availability, reliability and uptime caused by a loss of capacity?

There are several, cost-effective options for solving the growing capacity concerns without building a new data center or investing in additional infrastructure.

Patrick Cameron, Director of Business Development at 42U, discusses three strategies for optimizing your existing environment to improve space and power capacity.

Agenda:

  • Trends in Data Center Power & Space Capacity
  • Optimize IT!
  • Conduct an Analysis of Your Data Center
    • PUE: How to calculate your Power Usage Efficiency
    • Importance of Evaluating Existing Airflow Patterns
  • Implement an Energy Efficiency, Modular Infrastructure
    • Closed Couple Cooling vs Room-level Cooling
    • “Build as you Grow” UPS
  • Improve the Efficiencies of Your Power Management Process
    • The Utility Bill Gap
    • Micro Power Management at the Room, Cabinet, and Rack-Level

 

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This data infrastructure webinar is sponsored by: 42U_DirectNET2

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Press Release: 42U Adds Rittal’s Liquid Cooling and PDU Products to GSA Schedule

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Press Release – 42U Adds Rittal’s Liquid Cooling and PDU Products to GSA

Broomfield, CO – April 25, 2008: 42U, the nation’s largest, vendor-independent valued-added reseller of data center infrastructure solutions today announced that is has added Rittal to their GSA schedule.

With this addition, 42U’s government customers can now have access to the industry’s leading modular, scalable and comprehensive IT infrastructure solutions including enclosures, high-density cooling solutions and power distribution units. Included in the agreement are the following three points:

1. Rittal Liquid Cooling Package (LCP)
Developed to remove high levels of wasted heat from server enclosures, this high density cooling solution utilizes air/water heat exchangers to provide uniform, effective and affordable cooling for servers and similar IT equipment. The special horizontal airflow of the Rittal LCP represents an adaptation of this widespread cooling principle, providing cooled air uniformly throughout the complete height of the enclosure.

  • LCP Standard
    Designed to be installed next to an 80″ (2000 mm) high by 40″/48″ (1000/1200 mm) deep TS8 server cabinet, the LCP Standard can accommodate up to three air/water exchanger modules that can be hot swapped if needed. When fully loaded with three air/water exchanger modules the LCP Standard can provide up to 68,243 BTU (20KW) of useful cooling with a maximum air volume of 1766 cfm (3000 m3/hr). Don’t have an immediate need for that much heat removal? Start with one exchanger module then add more as needed.

  • LCP Plus
    Using the same footprint and basic design as the Standard, the LCP Plus includes six fan modules that work in concert with the included heat exchanger to increase the useful cooling capacity to 95,540 BTU (28 kW). The LCP Plus is designed for cabinets 80″ (2000 mm) high by 48″ (1200 mm) deep and has a maximum air volume of 2825 cfm (4800 m3/hr). The LCP Plus (and LCP Standard) can be bayed to a single cabinet or between two enclosures. It is also possible to put a pair of LCPs on either side of especially hot cabinets for applications where extreme heat loads are present.

  • LCP Extend
    Ideal for retrofitting, the LCP Extend is installed on the rear door of problem racks. The LCP Extend can be ordered for use on cabinets from other manufacturers. If you are already using Rittal cabinets, the unit comes mounted into the proper replacement rear door which allows you to simply swap it out with the existing rear door.

2. Rittal Power Distribution Units (PDU)

  • Metered PDU
    Metered PDU products provide reliable power distribution for all the devices in your equipment cabinet, from 5,000 to 20,000 Watts. Metered units are available in 20 or 30 amps, 120 Volts or 208/240 Volts single-phase, and 208 Volts three-phase. Local input current monitoring allows the installation engineer to verify the combined load on the circuit or phase.

  • Smart PDU
    The Smart PDU products provide reliable power distribution combined with remote power and environmental monitoring. Use the network interface to view power, temperature and humidity levels via a Web browser, or receive SNMP-based alarms when conditions exceed defined thresholds.

  • Switched PDU
    Switched PDU products are Flagship PDU’s with remote monitoring and management, including reboot commands for connected servers and network equipment. The Switched PDU products provide complete lights-out management of a data center and remote branch office. Switched PDU’s combine remote configuration and management with power distribution and power and environmental monitoring.

3. Rittal TS8 Modular Industrial Enclosure
A revolutionary system designed specifically for demanding industrial applications. Featuring a 16- fold tubular frame and multi-level mounting, the TS8 boasts unsurpassed strength and flexibility. The robust tubular frame can hold weight loads up to 1,500 lbs on the mounting panel. The 25 mm hole pattern allows components and accessories to be mounted in three directions — by height, width and depth – which provides maximum space utilization (up to 30% more available space than traditional NEMA style enclosures of equal dimension). The symmetrical frame design makes suiting in a row, into a corner or even back-to-back simple

42U’s GSA contract number is GS-35F-0180U and can be found under Schedule Information Numbers (SINs) 132-8 (Purchase of Equipment). For more information please visit www.42u.com.

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About Rittal

Since its foundation in the year 1961, Rittal GmbH & Co. KG, based in Herborn/Germany, has become a worldwide player. Today, Rittal is one of the world’s leading system suppliers for enclosure and housing technology, with over 10,000 standard products available for immediate delivery, and a sought-after solution provider in all areas of industry and mechanical engineering, as well as a trendsetter for all segments of the IT market. Rittal stands for future-oriented and comprehensive solutions, service and consulting competence.

The Rittal product spectrum covers the fields of industrial enclosures, electronic packaging, system climate control, power distribution, IT solutions and communication systems.

Under the heading “Rittal together – Complete IT Competence” Rittal (modular, scalable and comprehensive IT infrastructures) in alliance with its subsidiaries Lampertz (physical IT security and IT solutions) and Litcos (consulting and planning partner for efficient data centre structures, as well as extensive business continuity management) offer a coordinated range of products, solutions and services for efficient, safe and ecological data centers. The group also includes Eplan (Europe’s Number One for software solutions for mechanical engineering, plant construction and industry in general).

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About DirectNET, Inc

DirectNET, founded in 1995, is comprised of three independent business units: 42U, Server Racks Online and KVM Switches Online. 42U is the leading VAR of enterprise KVM Switch Solutions. KVM Switches Online is the largest KVM Switch e-commerce store in the US. Server Racks Online is the one and only online rack superstore in the US. All three companies were developed as a response to the overwhelming need for independent datacenter and server management solutions. As a result of the success of all three business units, DirectNET has over the last couple of years, become the number one reseller of the major KVM and server rack brands in the market.

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About 42U

42U’s team of technology specialists provide unbiased, independent expertise and solutions for Data Center infrastructure. They provide best practices and products for Data Center builds, expansions, and consolidations. For thirteen years, the majority of Fortune 500 companies have engaged the 42U team to resolve their data center management challenges. 42U (http://www.42u.com) and its sister companies, are value-added resellers that provide expert independence advice and solutions around enterprise kvm switches, remote power, computer room power and cooling , server racks and green data center solutions.

For corporate information please visit our DirectNET website.
For data center infrastructure solution information please visit our 42U website.


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Press Release: 42U Becomes GSA Schedule Provider of Upsite Technologies’ KoldLok Grommets and HotLok Blanking Panels

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42U Becomes GSA Schedule Provider of Upsite Technologies’ KoldLok Grommets and HotLok Blanking Panels

Broomfield, CO – April 18, 2008: 42U, the nation’s largest, vendor-independent valued-added reseller of data center infrastructure solutions today announced it is a provider of Upsite Technologies’ products on their GSA Schedule.

Alan Mamane, Founder and President of 42U commented: “We are very pleased to provide Upsite Technologies’ KoldLok and HotLok solutions on our GSA schedule. These products are a perfect fit for the government market and provide the solutions necessary for handling the above- and below-the-floor air recirculation challenges of today’s data center.”

The comprehensive features of Upsite’s products are designed to optimize cooling capacity, lower energy bills, and enhance equipment reliability.

Upsite’s KoldLok raised floor grommets are specifically designed to address bypass airflow by sealing cable opening. Using the KoldLok grommets, data center managers can achieve several benefits including:

  • Increased cooling unit capacity of existing equipment

  • Reduced needs to purchase additional cooling units

  • Improved equipment reliability and extended equipment life

  • Increased static pressure under the raised floor and improved cool air delivery through perforated tiles or floor grates

“When you consider that 50 – 80% of valuable conditioned air is not reaching the air intake of IT equipment, it’s clear that there is a significant opportunity for data centers to optimize the cooling capacity of their existing customer room,” notes Patrick Cameron. “Providing these products on schedule is a great way to help government agencies meet the goals of their greening initiative.”

Upsite’s HotLok blanking panels are patent-pending, snap-in/pull-out, stackable blanking plates for IT equipment cabinets. Using the HotLok panels, data center manages can achieve several benefits including:

  • Elimination of exhaust air recirculation within the cabinet, allowing for the optimization of cooling, the lowering of energy consumption, and reduction of operating expenses

  • Reduction and stabilization of equipment air intake temperatures

  • Reduction of the number and severity of hotspots within equipment cabinets

  • Increased availability, performance, and reliability of IT equipment within the cabinets

  • The possibility of deferring capital expenses used to add cooling capacity

42U’s GSA contract number is GS-35F-0180U and can be found under Schedule Information Numbers (SINs) 132-8 (Purchase of Equipment). For more information please visit www.42u.com.

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About Upsite

Upsite Technologies, Inc. develops energy-efficient, high-availability solutions specifically designed to optimize your data center’s critical physical infrastructure and ensure site uptime, reliability, and flexibility. As the innovator of engineered sealing solutions, Upsite continues to research and develop products and services to complement and enhance the already extensive lines of patented KoldLok® products and KoldWorksSM services. Their inventions optimize thermal load capacity, target hotspot remediation, reduce intermittent equipment failures, improve equipment reliability, minimize bypass airflow, and diminish capital costs associated with installing additional cooling equipment. Upsite’s well-engineered solutions are employed by data centers worldwide to help reduce their carbon footprint and minimize energy and operating costs. Upsite’s products and services currently optimize more than 6 million ft2 (550,000 m2) of data center space.

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About DirectNET, Inc

DirectNET, founded in 1995, is comprised of three independent business units: 42U, Server Racks Online and KVM Switches Online. 42U is the leading VAR of enterprise KVM Switch Solutions. KVM Switches Online is the largest KVM Switch e-commerce store in the US. Server Racks Online is the one and only online rack superstore in the US. All three companies were developed as a response to the overwhelming need for independent datacenter and server management solutions. As a result of the success of all three business units, DirectNET has over the last couple of years, become the number one reseller of the major KVM and server rack brands in the market.

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About 42U

42U’s team of technology specialists provide unbiased, independent expertise and solutions for Data Center infrastructure. They provide best practices and products for Data Center builds, expansions, and consolidations. For thirteen years, the majority of Fortune 500 companies have engaged the 42U team to resolve their data center management challenges. 42U (http://www.42u.com) and its sister companies, are value-added resellers that provide expert independence advice and solutions around enterprise kvm switches, remote power, computer room power and cooling , server racks and green data center solutions.

For corporate information please visit our DirectNET website.
For data center infrastructure solution information please visit our 42U website.


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Data Center Web Seminar: Successful Data Center Power and Cooling Requires Scalable, Redundant, Modular and Energy Efficient Infrastructure

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Broomfield, CO – March 18, 2008: Join 42U. on April 9th, as we host a complimentary web seminar,Successful Data Center Power and Cooling Requires Scalable, Redundant, Modular and Energy Efficient Infrastructure.

Gone are the days when you could simply focus on hardware costs to drive down your data center’s operating expenses. As utility rates continue to rise, floor space disappears and demands from business users grow, data centers are forced to identify the most efficient infrastructure solutions to meet four critical criteria:

  • Scalability – to allow increases in density as loads increase

  • Energy Efficiency – to reduce the cost of operations

  • Redundancy – to ensure system uptime

  • Modularity – to support the constant moves, adds, and changes (MAC)

Join Patrick Cameron, Director of Business Development at 42U, along with Daniel Kennedy and Jim Whitmore from Rittal Corporation as they discuss the growing demands on data centers and how Rimatrix®, a scalable, flexible data center solution, provides outstanding IT service and on-demand growth capability.

Agenda

  • Growing Energy Demands on Data Centers
  • 4 Infrastructure Requirements to Optimize Power and Cooling
  • Close-Couple Cooling
    • Benefits of Closed vs. Open Architecture
    • An Introduction to Water-cooled Cabinets
    • Hardware, Real Estate, and Energy Savings
  • Modular UPS
    • Importance of Low Heat Dissipation
    • Using a Modular Architecture
    • Achieving High Power Efficiency Levels at Varying Loads
  • An Introduction to Rimatrix5: Enclosures, Power, Cooling, Security, and Monitoring

  • A Case Study: Guthrie Healthcare

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