Uptime Institute

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Data Center Site Infrastructure Tier Standard: Topology

    The main objective of the Institute Tier Standard: Topology is to describe the site level infrastructure that is required to sustain data center operations. This topology can also be used compare the functionality, capacity, and expected availability (or performance) of a particular site. Tier standard topology is especially used to...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Advantages of Micro-Container-Based Data Center Infrastructure

    This paper shows the advantages of interconnecting self-contained and robust micro-containerized data center modules (data center in a box) packaged inside an inexpensive shell building. This paper compares typical "Legacy" data center construction costs with a typical elliptical mobile solutions micro-container deployment. This paper compares one megaWatt of IT capacity...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Measuring Power in Your Data Center

    There are many ways power has been allocated, estimated, and sometimes measured in data centers. This white paper will discuss the reasons why data center power should be measured, where power consumption should be measured, what to do with the data once it is gathered, and some of the new...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Three Steps to Perfectly Green

    Proudly boasting itself as the most environmental friendly branch in business, this statement of the IT sector was found null and void when reports in 2008 proved that data centers in IT firms use enormous amounts of energy and emit almost the same amount of carbon dioxide as emitted by...

    Provided By Uptime Institute

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Data Center Site Infrastructure Tier Standard: Topology

    The main objective of the Institute Tier Standard: Topology is to describe the site level infrastructure that is required to sustain data center operations. This topology can also be used compare the functionality, capacity, and expected availability (or performance) of a particular site. Tier standard topology is especially used to...

    Provided By Uptime Institute

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Three Steps to Perfectly Green

    Proudly boasting itself as the most environmental friendly branch in business, this statement of the IT sector was found null and void when reports in 2008 proved that data centers in IT firms use enormous amounts of energy and emit almost the same amount of carbon dioxide as emitted by...

    Provided By Uptime Institute

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Advantages of Micro-Container-Based Data Center Infrastructure

    This paper shows the advantages of interconnecting self-contained and robust micro-containerized data center modules (data center in a box) packaged inside an inexpensive shell building. This paper compares typical "Legacy" data center construction costs with a typical elliptical mobile solutions micro-container deployment. This paper compares one megaWatt of IT capacity...

    Provided By Uptime Institute

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Measuring Power in Your Data Center

    There are many ways power has been allocated, estimated, and sometimes measured in data centers. This white paper will discuss the reasons why data center power should be measured, where power consumption should be measured, what to do with the data once it is gathered, and some of the new...

    Provided By Uptime Institute