04/28/2016 Press Releases
The Question of Data Center Power Efficiency Versus Sustainability is Examined and Weighed in a New Video from GE’s Critical Power Business
New Video from GE’s Critical Power Business
DALLAS — April 27, 2016 — With energy one of the major operating expenses (OpEX) for data center operations, balancing short-term energy efficiency with the long-term benefits of sustainability doesn’t have to be an either-or-choice according to short video released today by GE’s Critical Power business (NYSE: GE).
“Efficiency versus sustainability isn’t an ‘either-or’ proposition,” says Jeff Schnitzer, general manager of GE’s Critical Power business in this video. “Our customers see power protection and conversion efficiency as a key OpEx saving. Yet they also look at energy sustainability for its long term OpEx impact as a business and competitive imperative.”
The video is part of a new series of videos that details the role reliable, quality and efficient power plays in keeping data center, communications, computing and industrial customers’ operations flowing smoothly. The series is available for viewing at “Power Thoughts” in the “Topics” section on the company’s information and resource page.
GE’s Critical Power business powers rapidly changing, disruptive markets where massive data, communications and computing capacity is redefining how business is done. Customers in data center, super computing, telecommunications and digital content industries rely on GE to provide the reliable and energy-efficient power to keep networks flowing and transactions moving 24/7.
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