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Reportlinker Adds PC and Server Power Management Software

NEW YORK Feb. 15, 2011

PC and Server Power Management Software

Business Drivers, Market Issues, Technology Issues, Competitive Landscape, and Market Forecasts

Personal computers and servers account for a large portion of global information and communications technology (ICT) emissions, and the power they utilize is on a path to increase steadily in the coming years. The problem is that a great deal of the power they consume is wasted. The majority of PCs are left on in the evening and at weekends with only a relatively small number using their power management settings effectively. Servers use 60% of their maximum power while doing nothing at all and typically only run at around 15% utilization.

For companies looking to save costs and reduce emissions, PC power management tools offer a fast return on investment on software which may come free of charge, thanks to utility company rebates. Often, though, the IT department is not responsible for the power costs, and therefore does not see the benefits. This is an issue that may decide how the market develops as dedicated PC power management software providers vie with those that offer power management as part of a lifecycle management solution. While there is an increasing level of IT department concern about power use in the data center, managing servers is a sensitive issue with a variety of technologies and solutions. Much will depend on the development of standards and product integration.

This Pike Research report examines the global market for PC power management and server power management. The study looks at the factors that are driving the market and those that are holding it back, and provides insights into the market issues and technology developments that are shaping how vendors approach the market now, and how that may change in the future. The report describes the competitive landscape, including vendor profiles and SWOT analyses, as well as revenue forecasts through 2015 for both the PC and server power management software markets.

Key questions addressed:

Why is PC and server power management important?

What is driving the market and what is holding it back?

What issues do market suppliers need to be aware of?

How do the different types of products compete?

How might technology developments impact the market?

What are the revenues for the PC and server power management markets

and how will they grow through to 2015?

How will the PC power management market grow by region and industry?

Which industry sectors offer the best market opportunity for PC power management?

Who needs this report?

PC, server, and data center power management software vendors

Companies considering using PC or server power management

IT consulting companies

IT and clean technology investors

IT services vendors

Industry associations

Government agencies

Educational institutions

Standards organizations

Data center owners, operators and consultancies


To order this report:

PC and Server Power Management Software

Market Research Report

Company Profile, SWOT and Revenue Analysis!


Nicolas Bombourg


Email: [email protected]

US: (805)652-2626

Intl: +1 805-652-2626

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