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  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    An Analysis of Server Virtualization Utility Incentives

    Server virtualization is a proven, stable technology that directly reduces risk and increases available computing capacity while simultaneously reducing energy consumption when properly deployed. Although server virtualization is often the first significant green initiative undertaken by IT organizations, it is not easily or consistently deployed, particularly in the case of...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Carbon Usage Effectiveness (CUE): A Green Grid Data Center Sustainability Metric

    The Green Grid (TGG) is a global consortium of companies, government agencies, and educational institutions dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems. In this paper, The Green Grid proposes the use of a new metric to complement the series of metrics that TGG has introduced...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Proxy Proposals for Measuring Data Center Productivity

    The Green Grid is proposing that a simple indicator, or proxy, while less accurate than a metric can be useful because it will be easier to implement. The goal is to find a proxy that will substitute for a difficult measurement, but that still gives a good enough indication of...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Seven Strategies to Improve Data Center Cooling Efficiency

    In 2007, the Technology and Strategy Work Group of The Green Grid consortium established a system architecture Task Force to investigate and provide guidance on existing and emergent cooling technologies that can improve the efficiency of data center cooling architectures. This white paper provides insight on seven strategies - identified...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    The Green Grid Metrics: Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCIE) Detailed Analysis

    The Green Grid previously published THE GREEN GRID METRICS: DESCRIBING DATACENTER POWER EFFICIENCY white paper. The following is detailed analysis to support and strengthen the Data Center infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE) metric. The intent is to enable data center managers collectively to derive and use DCiE as a global standard metric....

    Provided By Green Grid

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Proxy Proposals for Measuring Data Center Productivity

    The Green Grid is proposing that a simple indicator, or proxy, while less accurate than a metric can be useful because it will be easier to implement. The goal is to find a proxy that will substitute for a difficult measurement, but that still gives a good enough indication of...

    Provided By Green Grid

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Seven Strategies to Improve Data Center Cooling Efficiency

    In 2007, the Technology and Strategy Work Group of The Green Grid consortium established a system architecture Task Force to investigate and provide guidance on existing and emergent cooling technologies that can improve the efficiency of data center cooling architectures. This white paper provides insight on seven strategies - identified...

    Provided By Green Grid

  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    The Green Grid Metrics: Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCIE) Detailed Analysis

    The Green Grid previously published THE GREEN GRID METRICS: DESCRIBING DATACENTER POWER EFFICIENCY white paper. The following is detailed analysis to support and strengthen the Data Center infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE) metric. The intent is to enable data center managers collectively to derive and use DCiE as a global standard metric....

    Provided By Green Grid

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Carbon Usage Effectiveness (CUE): A Green Grid Data Center Sustainability Metric

    The Green Grid (TGG) is a global consortium of companies, government agencies, and educational institutions dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems. In this paper, The Green Grid proposes the use of a new metric to complement the series of metrics that TGG has introduced...

    Provided By Green Grid

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    An Analysis of Server Virtualization Utility Incentives

    Server virtualization is a proven, stable technology that directly reduces risk and increases available computing capacity while simultaneously reducing energy consumption when properly deployed. Although server virtualization is often the first significant green initiative undertaken by IT organizations, it is not easily or consistently deployed, particularly in the case of...

    Provided By Green Grid