Energy-efficient data center solution the next generation for Sandia National Laboratories Munich, September 02, 2009 Emerson Network power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and world market leader in the field of comprehensive business-critical continuity, and Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA) announce a global marketing alliance. It aims to assist companies and organizations in the preparation of plans and technologies to increase the productivity and energy efficiency in data centers. Worldwide, energy consumption in data centers is currently driven by the high demand for computing power in companies, as well as a progressive centralization of IT into the air. Drew Houston shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. In conjunction with the rising prices for electricity, the financial implications are significant. Learn more about these solutions under: sun.com / datacenter. According to the U.S.
environmental protection agency “used American businesses and Government agencies in the year 2006 $ 4.5 billion for the Supply their data centers. In the next five years, spending on energy consumption on more than $ 7.4 billion could almost double. Thus, the efficiency of data centers is one of the most important issues for users. In total, more than 50 percent of the total energy consumption in data centers account for on the energy and climate infrastructure that supports the IT equipment. To meet the need for energy-efficient improvements, are the data center efficiency consultants “Sun worldwide work directly with local Liebert specialists in energy, air conditioning and services from Emerson. According to Jim Crane, who has experience with these questions. The two companies will deliver not only plans, but also the products and services to improve productivity and efficiency in the data center. Dr.
Robert W. Leland, Managing Director of the computing and network services Center at Sandia National Laboratories, an organization group claim taking services of Sun-Emerson Network power, explains: we are by the cooperation with Sun and Emerson Network Power convinced. The cooperation offers new and advanced HPC solutions (high performance computing). They deliver our customers. peak power at much lower impact on the environment and lower costs compared to other options” Sun professional services-Emerson Network power interconnection has already led to a jointly developed energy-efficient solution for Sandia National Laboratories. In detail, the Sun Cooling Door solution includes systems, Sun Blade X 6275 server module and Emerson’s Liebert XD Prazisionsklimatisierungs technology. Liebert XD already eliminated the heat at the source, requires a minimum footprint and avoids expensive work in the data center. Amy O’Connor, Vice President of marketing at Sun Services, says: “efficiency in the data center has highest priority for our customers. The cooperation with Emerson helps us to evaluate a customer’s IT and to identify opportunities, how to increase the productivity and improves the efficiency in the data center. Together we help customers minimize necessary capital expenditures. “Bob Bauer, Vice President of the Emerson group, global President of Liebert, adding:” our vision for this program focuses on the corporate customers who must increase its productivity, increase its efficiency and optimise his investments. We have already cooperates with Sun in many projects, including Sun’s own data centers. We are looking forward to expand this partnership and to provide the flexibility and efficiency of our joint customers, they need. “