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Server Technology to Exhibit Data Center Power Products at Data Center Dynamics Show
Server Technology will be demonstrating its data center power products at the Data Center Dynamics show happening in New York on March 10. Be sure to stop by and visit the company’s booth to learn more about the need for reliable, efficient and intelligent power distribution in the data center.
“Increased demands for power and the decline of the availability of power have increased power costs and now data center managers are seeing that it makes good business sense to green up,” said Brandon Siri, Senior Marketing Representative at Server Technology (News - Alert). “Server Technology’s line of intelligent power distribution units and management software will be on display for demo at our booth.”
Earlier this month TMC’s (News - Alert) Ashok Bindra wrote that power distribution, measurement and monitoring products provider Server Technology was accepted and became an endorser of the European Code of Conduct for ICT.
“Server Technology is committed to helping our data center customers achieve their green initiatives. As companies become more and more aware of the cost savings associated with becoming more environmentally friendly, they are beginning to adopt green policies progressively into their every day data center power operations. We help data center managers save money by helping them reduce the number of kilowatts wasted daily. This is achieved by helping them maximize their available power with continuous device-level power monitoring and management using an intelligent Power Distribution Unit (PDU),” Siri said at the time.
Siri extended an open invitation to all attendees to “stop by our booth for a hands-on look at this next generation product line. Our power experts will be on hand in the booth to answer any and all questions, as well as provide free consultations and advice to data center managers who are working on a power project.”
Company officials say the Server Technology product line is performance tested by their Automatic Testing Equipment (ATE), and “we invite interested parties to apply for a free evaluation product and put it to the test after they stop by and visit our booth.”
David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Patrick Barnard
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