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Troy Wyborny

Troy has a B.A. in Telecommunications from Indiana University. He has almost 10 years experience in sales and account management including domestic and international channel sales management for IT and medical device companies.

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Packet Power will be at the Graybar Technology Showcase on September 26th

Posted on Monday, September 23, 2019 by Troy Wyborny

 

Packet Power will be joining Data Center Systems, Inc. at the Graybar Technology Showcase on September 26, 2019 in Minneapolis.  

Learn how critical facilities managers use our power and environmental monitoring solutions to:  identify equipment at risk of exceeding its electrical capacity; determine which tenants are using the most energy; calculate how to cut cooling costs without jeopardizing expensive equipment; and more.

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Topics: Packet Power, environmental monitoring, power monitoring, Graybar Technology Showcase

BRAH showcasing smart Bus Plugs at NECA in Las Vegas

Posted on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 by Troy Wyborny

Packet Power is joining BRAH Electric at the 2019 NECA show in Las Vegas September 15-17. 

The team will be featuring the new BRAH Electric Universal Bus Plugs integrated with BRAH Logic wireless power monitoring solution from Packet Power -- compatible with all major OEM brand industrial busway systems.

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Topics: Packet Power, power monitoring, wireless power monitors, smart bus plugs, BRAH Electric, BRAH Logic, busway

Unique twist on Packet Power product training

Posted on Thursday, April 12, 2018 by Troy Wyborny

It's hard to get people's attention for product training. A Packet Power customer decided to take a different approach that resulted in enthusiastic team engagement. It involved a Packet Power power module, environmental monitor and Ethernet Gateway along with an espresso machine and two light bulbs.

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Topics: Packet Power, wireless monitoring, product training

Monitoring insights deliver energy savings

Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 by Troy Wyborny

Thanks to data from Packet Power solutions, the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) is finding "solid opportunities to improve energy efficiency."

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Topics: Packet Power, energy efficiency in data centers, server room energy efficiency, CEE

Creative monitoring:  How to know -30°F is no problem

Posted on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 by Troy Wyborny

The Midwest region of the United States experiences a wide temperature range from -30°F (-34°C) in the winter to over 110°F (45°C) in the summer. Well-functioning heating and cooling systems are critical in this environment.

Like many efficient data center operators, Data Realty, a co-location company based in the heart of the Midwest, leverages outside air during the colder seasons. But what about when it is really cold? They came up with a clever use for a Packet Power product to help ensure freezing temperatures didn't negatively impact their business.

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Topics: wireless monitoring, power monitoring, customer applications

Join Packet Power at Mission Critical Facilities & Technology Conference in Ohio

Posted on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 by Troy Wyborny

I'd love to learn about your monitoring needs if you're planning to be in Cleveland, OH at the E Technologies event. 

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Packet Power partners with Data Power Technology

Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2016 by Troy Wyborny

Packet Power works with a global network of partners to help best match our products to our customers' needs. We recently added Data Power Technology to our partner lineup.

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Topics: Packet Power

Multi-company study on server room energy efficiency uses Packet Power to drive insights

Posted on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 by Troy Wyborny

Energy is one of the highest costs in data centers -- even the small ones. Server rooms and data closets (known as "small embedded data centers") are one of the fastest growing end users of electrical energy in commercial buildings in the United States. And as much as one third of their energy usage is unnecessary, representing a significant cost savings opportunity.

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Topics: data center monitoring, environmental monitoring, power monitoring, server room energy efficiency

Who knew end feed monitoring could be so easy?

Posted on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 by Troy Wyborny

Do you have existing busways with no end feed visibility? Would you like to ensure you are making the most of your available power but can't take the busway offline to add monitoring? Packet Power lets you easily and safely add power monitoring to existing busway end feeds and tap-offs without interruption to critical loads. And our wireless solution installs in three easy steps.

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Topics: power monitoring, End feed monitoring, data center retrofit

What do you need to know to manage your data center more effectively?

Posted on Monday, November 9, 2015 by Troy Wyborny

You probably need to know which circuits could handle more power and which are at risk of tripping. Are you also being asked to reduce cooling costs but aren't sure where you can safely increase ambient temperature? How confident are you in your documentation for meeting service level agreements? Is all this information instantly accessible?

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Topics: data center monitoring, EMX

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