In a region that continues to struggle with energy, reducing data center energy consumption is crucial. But this is not just about going green; it is also critical for smarter, more effective data center management. Driving data center energy efficiency can help reduce costs, maintain uptime, and comply with corporate sustainability and energy efficiency initiatives. Organizations are facing never-ending requests for IT resource capacity to store and process the data and applications required for innovative technologies like big data, IoT, AI, and machine learning. As a result, modern data center environments are becoming increasingly complex and dense. Today’s data center teams are being tasked to be more efficient with fewer resources, including energy and cooling. Our talks will unveil how data center managers maintain a safe environment for their intelligent PDUs, UPSs, and other hardware equipment while also keeping costs low?
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