Singapore companies are facing increasing pressure to go green and cut energy consumption as data centre energy consumption rate and carbon emissions are expected to soar with the increased adoption of cloud computing and big data.
Understanding this, Enlogic is opening an office in Singapore and launching its intelligent range of energy metering Power Distribution Units (PDU) in Singapore that helps companies reduce data centre energy waste.
A small but vital part of the energy supply chain, the Enlogic PDU, together with environmental sensors, actively monitors the data centre environment for threats from electrical circuit overloads and any conditions which might place critical IT computing loads at risk.
With this information, data centre and facilities managers are able to make informed capacity planning decisions, improve uptime, measure power usage effectiveness and support green initiatives.
"Reducing energy usage and carbon emissions produced by an organisation's IT facilities is a hot issue in the boardroom as businesses look to reduce costs without putting operations at risk. With experts on the ground in Singapore, Enlogic will be able to work closely with local businesses to deliver substantial savings, efficiencies and improvements for their data centre infrastructure," says Eddie Desouza, head of Asia-Pacific business operations for Enlogic.
Founded in March 2011, Enlogic aims to provide data centre IT and facilities stakeholders with enhanced knowledge to solve specific rack energy management problems.
Aside from Singapore, Enlogic has offices in Europe, USA, Australia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and China.
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