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Size does matter (when it comes to power monitoring)

We are delighted to introduce the industry's first wireless 100 amp inline power meter! At 112 centimeters (44 inches) and 5.9 kilograms (13 pounds), the three-phase cable can monitor power used by the largest switches and SANs. Read More
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Creative monitoring:  How to know -30°F is no problem

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... Read More

An exciting new option for RPP, PDU and panel retrofits

Do you have 42-pole panels in RPPs, PDUs or on the wall that you wish were monitored? Packet Power now offers a simple way to add full power monitoring at the branch circuit level to existing equipment. Read More

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

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... Read More

Who knew end feed monitoring could be so easy?

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... Read More

Helping Involta manage power in eight data centers for hundreds of clients

Co-location companies need the ability to track power usage at the cabinet level to accurately bill customers, meet their SLAs, and plan for growth. Involta, a rapidly growing multi-tenant data center services provider, wanted one monitoring... Read More

How to grow into data center monitoring without breaking your budget or your career

Data center power and environmental monitoring can be a daunting project, but it shouldn’t be! It should be a simple and low risk proposition, quickly providing tangible benefits. Many of our customers have done it. We distilled their experiences... Read More

How Data Realty helps its customers avoid unplanned outages

One of the things that can keep co-location data center managers up at night is the worry that customers will unknowingly exceed their capacity and trip a breaker resulting in the possibility of an unplanned outage. Read More