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Energy logic: A road map to reducing energy consumption in telecom munications networks

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Roy, S.N. ; Emerson Network Power, Montreal, QC

A non consideration just a couple of years ago, energy efficiency is quickly becoming the most important issue in every industry today. In the Datacom world, vendors are tackling this question from a holistic perspective, clearly showing that the consumption in data centers can be reduced by more than half. In the Telecom world however, most vendors have limited the discussion to the energy efficiency of their individual products. As such, the total impact of deploying higher efficiency rectifiers or cooling units remains quite small on a total site level. This clearly can blindside service provider employees into over looking the real opportunities and into investing poorly. For this reason, Emerson Network Power has launched Energy LogicTM, a holistic approach which looks at Data Centers and Telecom sites and provides a complete roadmap of recommendations and quantifies their savings. This provides complete awareness of the energy savings opportunities and helps take steps in the right sequence and full understanding of the real savings potential.

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Telecommunications Energy Conference, 2008. INTELEC 2008. IEEE 30th International

Date of Conference:

14-18 Sept. 2008