42U and The Green Grid’s Executive Director Team Up to Discuss Key Data Center Metrics

42U’s upcoming free webinar on Key Data Center Metrics will feature industry veterans to discuss practical applications and the future for data center energy efficiency metrics.

 

Broomfield, Colorado - June 14, 2011

42U, a leading national data center engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce that the company is hosting a free web cast seminar entitled, Key Data Center Metrics: Practical Applications and the Way Forward on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 11 am MDT.  42U’s featured panel of experts include; Mark Monroe, Executive Director of The Green Grid, Scot Heath, CTO at 42U and John Pflueger, Principal Environmental Strategist at Dell.

 “While many data center managers have been discussing and implementing energy efficiency metrics, these metrics are not always applied consistently,” says Tricia Ang, Marketing Director for 42U. “This discussion will help our audience understand key energy efficiency metrics like PUE, ERE and DCcE, their practical application in the data center, and why we should care about these metrics.”

Participants in this webinar can expect to learn how to utilize these metrics for planning, setting objectives and reducing energy consumption in the data center. Additionally participants will have the opportunity to ask specific questions at the end of the presentation during the Q & A sessions.

About 42U

Since 1995, 42U ( http://www.42u.com ) has been a leader in providing data center design, consulting, and engineering solutions. Our vendor and technology agnostic approach leverages our best-practice expertise in data center cooling and power, monitoring, measurement, and best-of-breed efficiency technologies to help data center managers improve availability while reducing power consumption and lowering energy costs.

For more information or to register for 42U's free webinar on Tuesday June 28, 2011 at 11 am MDT please visit:  http://www.42u.com/data-center-webinar.htm

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