Mind your "Ps" and "PUEs"

There's a new currency in data centers these days. And it has nothing to do with dollars and cents or even SPECmarks and gigabits per second. "The growing global concern with energy supplies and greatly increased consumption from countries such as India and China will shortly make 'Joules' the world's most important currency," says Ron Mann, director of engineering and data center infrastructure at HP. "Energy costs are in an inescapable upward spiral, and IT expansion and use continue to grow."

Learn more about how the latest advances in power and cooling technology offer cost savings along with features to keep data centers running reliably.

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