White Paper: Current by GE
Energy-as-a-service is the newest entrant to the as-a-service business model, and it is redefining how businesses think about their relationship with energy. Energy-as-a-service delivers value at scale. It not only curbs one of business’ biggest operational costs – energy - but uses energy infrastructure to drive value, even as needs change over time.
Read this insightful whitepaper to learn how energy-as-a-service is the key to unlocking other benefits beyond energy, providing a compelling way forward. It addresses questions like:
How leveraging multiple technologies makes as-a-service solutions appealing?
What are the ways in which the companies are changing their relationship with energy in the new energy-as-a-service model?
How the growth of as-a-service models is setting the stage for companies to improve how they think about energy use?
It’s time for energy-as-a-service!!!
This whitepaper outlines the challenges of Intel implementation. Designing an Intel-based computer has become an increasingly complicated process, requiring the developer to overcome the key issues lies in Intel's implementation process: How to implement a series of complex power conversions and sequencing? How to reduce physical footprint for small form factor applications? How to search through hundreds of pages of Intel-supplied documentation for answers to questions? If you want a headache-free way to leverage the power of Intel’s SoC, while eliminating the need for complex power circuit design and reducing time-to-market download this free whitepaper which helps you in taking the complexity out of Intel design.
By: Crystal Group
In digital electronics, effective thermal management comprises a vast number of design considerations that must be accounted for before fielding computational hardware for low maintenance installations into high stress environments and operating conditions. Simply powering on a server and measuring the current without taking these variables into consideration will almost always result in misleading data that could lead to system design issues that drive confounding perplexity under different operating, environmental, and/or randomly due to die variations. This whitepaper describes the various physical properties of semiconductor technology that contribute to power consumption in digital processors and supporting chipsets found in computational server hardware. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Contributors to power consumption and dissipation Total power as a function of static and dynamic power Die to die variation and utilization