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Solution Spotlight: PUE to PQE - Power Quality Effectiveness and Why it Should be a Focus for Data Center Performance

Andrews Ruef  (Director of Sales and Marketing, Janitza)

Location: DCW Theater - Expo Hall Floor

Date: Tuesday, April 16

Time: 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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Session Type: Sponsored Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) has emerged as the predominant criterion for assessing the operational efficiency of data centers. This metric enjoys widespread global acceptance and serves as a key benchmark for organizations seeking to compare the efficacy of different sites. Monitoring PUE is crucial for ensuring optimal uptime performance. There are other vital performance metrics to consider that focus on identifying potential causes of electrical downtime. These metrics can be collaboratively called Power Quality Effectiveness (PQE) or put simply, the health of your electrical grid. In this Solution Spotlight session, we'll delve into the distinctions between PUE and PQE, focusing on why it's essential to monitor Power Quality metrics in data centers and how these factors can lead to downtime. Finally, we'll explore how Janitza's solutions can assist your data center in monitoring these critical metrics, ensuring a robust electrical grid for your core assets.