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Every business is different and every data center has different issues that need to be resolved. Dell has services and solutions that will help you gain capacity, operate more efficiently, reduce the risk of events and keep control. These services and solutions are designed to help you:

  • Gain capacity in your data center by reducing data proliferation and server sprawl
  • Manage the costs of your power and cooling infrastructure for greater efficiency
  • Consolidate and virtualize to maximize performance
  • Right-size to optimize the efficiency of your hardware

To gain capacity and increase the efficiency of your data center, consider a Data Center Environment Assessment (DCEA) service from Dell Professional Services (DPS). This service evaluates your existing data center to help determine if the appropriate cooling and power infrastructure has been allocated to support rack-dense computing.

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    15 May 2013

    Learn about the power budgeting protection mechanisms available in Dell PowerEdge 12th-generation servers. Discover how you can ensure that the power consumption of your server remains within its available power capacity while protecting your data.

  2. Understanding Data Center Power Usage Effectiveness

    01 May 2012

    Use the Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) metric from The Green Grid to help measure energy efficiency in your data center and learn how Dell is optimizing power use of servers to help improve efficiency in the data center.

  3. The cost bleed: how legacy layouts drain savings in the data center

    29 Jul 2010 By : Pam Baker

    Many enterprises think going green is a matter of doling out greenbacks for all new energy-saving equipment. To get full benefit from all that shiny new equipment, you'd better be paying a lot of attention to the data center layout itself.

  4. The smart electrical grid: three likely effects on IT

    29 Jul 2010 By : Pam Baker

    Until recently energy costs were of no concern to CIOs; they were the COO's problem. But as energy costs continue to climb and technology increasingly adds to the demand, CIOs are moving closer to the hot seat with every new project decision.

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