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Data Center infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE) is a metric used to determine the energy efficiency of a data center.
The applications help maintain compliance with industry standards for Power Usage Effectiveness and Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency.
Much attention has been put on metrics such as power utilization efficiency (PUE) and data center infrastructure efficiency (DCiE), which capture data center performance with a single number but do not consider operational practices at the subsystem levels.
Site Analysis: a comprehensive onsite review of existing power and cooling infrastructure to develop a Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE) and/or Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCIE) that can be used to apply for rebates (where applicable) and/or develop return-on-investment parameters.
When combined with EDSA's Paladin Reports[TM], the platform's standard energy report, and EDSA's Blackboard Simulator, the Energy Module allows users to see what the changes would mean to the Green Grid's standards of Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE).
The European Commission's Joint Research Center is using the Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE) metric, defined by The Green Grid, as the metric for which data centers in the European Union will be measured for efficiency.
To embrace the organization's standards, EDSA's Paladin Live power systems diagnostics platform has been enhanced to automatically present users with The Green Grid's Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and data center infrastructure efficiency (DCiE) ratings in real-time.
The audit provides results in three categories including the data center infrastructure efficiency (0 - 100%), the IT efficiency effectiveness on a relative scale of zero to five, and the data center's efficiency maturity level also on a relative scale of zero to five.