Articles Tagged: Schneider-electric

Overhead Air Conditioning Solution Saves Floor Space and Solves Data Center Structural Challenges

All data center designs bring their own set of challenges. Sometimes the scale of the challenge is not reflected in the size of the facility; a small datacenter design and… Read more »

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How to save over 70% in annual data center cooling energy costs

In certain climates, cooling systems can save over 70% in annual energy costs by operating in economizer mode, corresponding to a reduction of over 15% in annualized power usage effectiveness… Read more »

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7 Applications for Containerized Data Center Facility Modules

Here’s a sales pitch: standardized, pre-assembled and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules are at least 60% faster and 20 – 30% cheaper to deploy than traditional data… Read more »

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How much should a modular data center cost?

One of the advantages that modular data centers enjoy is lower build costs than traditional or legacy facilities. But this was not always the case and the capital cost of… Read more »

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Lessons from Cisco Live Europe 2012: Integrated technologies will most benefit integrated thinkers

I was amongst those early risers fortunate enough to catch Chris Davis’s dawn slot “Connecting the Dots!” at Cisco Live Europe 2012. In his presentation, Chris laid out the market… Read more »

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Cisco Live London: New Integrated Solutions between Cisco EnergyWise and Schneider Electric EcoStruXure

There was an interesting and pervasive buzz about the first day of Cisco Live EMEA in London yesterday and no, it wasn’t due to a noisy air conditioning system! It… Read more »

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Turn to the Cloud to Realize Energy Savings

Most customers know they can reduce their energy cost by taking advantage of utility incentives to use less power during peak demand periods and by avoiding power factor charges and… Read more »

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Building Future State Data Centers

Schneider Electric’s Paul Francois-Cattier Highlights Reasons To Move Away From Traditional Data Center Builds. I recently attended Data Centres Europe 2013 in Nice, and caught up with Paul-Francois Cattier, Global… Read more »

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What Does King Tut Have to Do with Energy Management . . . Everything if You Are the Dallas Museum of Art

I love it when a plan comes together. Most of our municipal clients come to us with very different goals. The conversation is often started by a new regulatory mandate… Read more »

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Outlining the Many Benefits of Schneider Electric’s New Partner Programs

At its Xperience Efficiency 2013 event early this month in Washington, D.C., Schneider Electric announced two new partner programs: the EcoStruxure Technology Partner Program for technology partnerships and its EcoStruxure… Read more »

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Re-urbanization Is Driving the Need for Smart Cities

There’s a re-urbanization movement afoot that is bringing people back into cities – and it’s creating stress on systems that control everything from transportation and water to energy distribution and… Read more »

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One year on: An update on DCIM adoption from Data Centres Europe 2013

Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software is one of the hot topics of the day in the data center industry, with much of the talk on booths, platforms and in… Read more »

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Development of Green Buildings Market in India – Part III

We conclude our three part series on the development of the market for green buildings in India by discussing two of the key initiatives taken by Schneider Electric in India… Read more »

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Digitization of Health

Technology; like a chef who cooks new tastes in a fast changing enviroment to make our lives better by pushing us to try new tastes and to have smarter cuisines…… Read more »

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You Have Options to Save Pipeline Energy Costs Today and Sustain your Energy Management Strategy

The hydrocarbon pipeline operator who manages pumps or compressors simply to perform the transport needed to complete the schedule of batches in front of those units is probably wasting energy…. Read more »

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What Does King Tut Have to Do with Energy Management . . . Everything if You Are the Dallas Museum of Art

I love it when a plan comes together. Most of our municipal clients come to us with very different goals. The conversation is often started by a new regulatory mandate… Read more »

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Turn to the Cloud to Realize Energy Savings

Most customers know they can reduce their energy cost by taking advantage of utility incentives to use less power during peak demand periods and by avoiding power factor charges and… Read more »

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Managing the unknown

The Water & Wastewater Industry is a peculiar sector. Its members often meet to share best practices, to discuss adoption of new technologies, and always share their best success stories… Read more »

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IoT in the Real World … How Can Mobile Apps Help Us Connect?

Note: This is the first in a series of blogs about the functionality and potential of custom end user apps for nontechnical owners or managers of commercial buildings. With the… Read more »

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Data Center Rack-Level Cooling to Grow Twice as Fast as Room-Cooling

In his podcast “Close-coupled Cooling Delivers Big Energy Savings” (which you can listen to on this blog), John Niemann advises anyone running a small or medium sized data center could… Read more »

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How Schneider Electric helps Data Center Service Providers ensure consistent SLAs across national borders

  For multi-national companies rolling out data centers across multiple countries it can be a fine balancing act between adapting to local market conditions and regulatory requirements and at the… Read more »

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