If you can make it to Boston, come visit on March 3 for a program aimed at increasing your data center’s energy efficiency – and learn more about data visualization tools and business intelligence applications that support your effort. The Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership is hosting a full-day session March 3 focusing on data center energy reduction/savings. Details and sign-up are here.
There are plenty of business intelligence events in the Boston-area – but this one could produce intelligence and action that saves you bottom-line money. According to the EPA’s energy report to Congress, data centers account for 1.5 percent of total United States power consumption. And demand from the data center industry is increasing by 12.5 percent annually. So, governmental agencies and utility companies are promoting use of energy efficient datacom equipment and best practices.
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The event is co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and ASHRAE (which focuses on heating and refrigeration technology). They might want you to step away from your computer or smartphone every once in a while to let it cool off and recharge.
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