Data Centers Essay Examples

  • Information Systems

    4426 words - 18 pages

    1. BACKGROUND A large European country is collecting personal tax returns from citizens and would like to perform that activity through an online system. Within the first three years of operations, the system is expected to collect and process the returns for 50% of the population representing a sum of around $132bn. The system would be built by a private company having experience in running large-scale data centers. Such a system would be used by government employees and citizens using passwords generated by the government but able to be modified at any time by the citizens. There will be

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    Tech Transfer Issues In Datacenter

    3313 words - 14 pages

    THE BANGALORE DATACENTER CASE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROCESS – INTERNAL The lab at Sun’s Bangalore India Engineering Center (IEC) datacenter is shared. It’s the result of consolidating 13 individual site labs serving Sun R&D groups in India and worldwide. Sun began the consolidation in 2006 as its Bangalore operations expanded and soon recognized the need for newer high-density equipment that would occupy less space and use less electric power. In addition, Sun needed to contend with costly power outages and brownouts that were impacting the availability and performance of its internal R&

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    Apple Computer

    1032 words - 5 pages

    Apple has had a remarkably successful history. Since its founding, Apple has continued to deliver some equally remarkable products to the technology industry, including the iPod, iPhone, and the Macintosh. Each of these products were are considered major industry successes. The iPod catered to societies love of music, wrapping their favorite music into a small and sleek device that is capable of holding a consumers entire music collection, portably, with no loss in audio quality. Acknowledging that people are already carrying cell phones, consumers would have to carry two devices; an MP3 p

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    Cooling For Servers

    1081 words - 5 pages

    Introduction In a server room, where there are one or more servers a cooling mechanism is needed. Why is this? The answer is simple, without cooling, systems will overhead which will cause damage to it or even become a fire hazard. Cooling is also used to ensure or increase the estimated time life of a device or system. A computer system with no cooling compared to one with cooling may last up to a month before problems occur. The one with cooling may last for about ten (10) years. Just having some sort of cooling mechanism is ok but it may not be enough. For example, if you have an air condi

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    Power Management

    6133 words - 25 pages

    Energy Efficiency: Power Management Abstract: Energy efficiency of computer systems is an important concern in variety of contexts. An energy efficient platform not only improves the operating cost but it also affect the scalability, reliability and performance of the systems. Achieving energy efficient platforms demands for green power management at complete system levels. Maximizing energy saving techniques has become a challenge in the designing of computer system. Efficient power management needs to be implemented at each level of system. This paper describes different pow

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    Tech Transfer Issues In Datacenter

    3313 words - 14 pages

    THE BANGALORE DATACENTER CASE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROCESS – INTERNAL The lab at Sun’s Bangalore India Engineering Center (IEC) datacenter is shared. It’s the result of consolidating 13 individual site labs serving Sun R&D groups in India and worldwide. Sun began the consolidation in 2006 as its Bangalore operations expanded and soon recognized the need for newer high-density equipment that would occupy less space and use less electric power. In addition, Sun needed to contend with costly power outages and brownouts that were impacting the availability and performance of its internal R&

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    Electrical Power And Disaster Recovery

    3703 words - 15 pages

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