Green Data Center Management News

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Aug 3, 2010


Each Monday, the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog reports highlights of the past week's data center management and environmental-related IT news. This week in green data center management news: GE is in investing in SynapSense, a startup that uses software and wireless sensors to reduce energy usage in data centers, and Eaton Corporation has announced that the Eaton 9395 uninterruptible power system (UPS) is the first power quality product to receive a Sustainable Materials Rating (Smart) Gold certification.


This week in green data center management news GE is in investing in SynapSense - a startup that uses software and wireless sensors to reduce energy usage in data centers.

"Citrix Systems, HP and Intel welcome new sponsor GTSI for the third annual Power IT Down Day on Friday, August 27, 2010. Power IT Down Day encourages civilian agencies and military, and the industries that serve them, to power down their computers, printers, monitors and peripherals at the end of the work day on August 27 in an effort to help the federal government reduce its energy consumption.

"Eaton Corporation announces that the Eaton 9395 uninterruptible power system (UPS) is the first power quality product to receive a Sustainable Materials Rating (Smart) Gold certification. This makes the 9395 the first UPS certified to contribute to LEED points for buildings and projects seeking LEED certification."

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