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New White Paper From 2bm Highlights the Increasing Importance of Data Centre Power Monitoring

NOTTINGHAM, England Feb. 21, 2011 2bm, an innovator in data centre power monitoring, server power monitoring

Data centre power monitoring

Mark King

King continues, "Most data centre managers simply have no way of accurately ascertaining the energy efficiency of data centre equipment. Most rely on either portable plug-on clamp-meters that can provide just a snap shot of energy consumption at any one time, or the best guess calculation based on the information provided by equipment manufacturers. This is simply not good enough, organisations cannot manage any power hungry environment such as a data centre effectively without accurate insight into consumption at rack/cabinet level."

The 2bm White Paper discusses the latest generation of non-intrusive monitoring tools which can be deployed without requiring any system downtime. Within just three days, the average medium-sized data centre can be set up with server power monitoring and metering technology, providing managers with real-time access to in-depth and accurate energy consumption information. Critically, this technology can be used at rack level, providing unprecedented insight into energy requirements of servers, storage area networks and switches, as well as the attendant supporting equipment, such as lighting and air conditioning, that will enable the controlled reduction of a data centre’s Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) rating.



About 2bm Limited


2bm prides itself on the delivery of best practice, focusing on the efficient layout and distribution of IT equipment within the data centre, covering current and future business needs, IT technology trends and their implication on future data centre capacity requirements.

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For further information, please contact:

Nicola Miller/Kieran Kent

The itpr Partnership

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SOURCE 2bm Limited

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