Think about this; each time you do a google search, send an email, tweet, save a photo, or download music, you use data. Over 2.5 quintillion bytes per day – and growing.
This rampant dependence on data is fueling an explosion in the growth of data centers. According to Redcentric, about 5.75 Million new servers are installed each year to handle an estimated 204,000,000 email messages every minute. And that’s just the emails. Data centers use energy and water. Lots of it. Over 91 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity and around 200 million gallons of water a year. Google’s data centers alone could consistently power 200,000 homes. The industry is taking heed and aggressively pursuing energy management practices to conserve resources and save money. Mesa Labs Point Six™ Wireless temperature and humidity sensors are playing a dominant role in worldwide data center energy management, significantly reducing operating costs. Point Six™ Wireless temperature and humidity sensors are being deployed in state-of-the-art data centers worldwide. Wireless temperature sensors communicate with Building Automation Systems, providing real-time actionable data for more efficient energy management. WiFi temperature sensors can be placed anywhere temperature measurement is desired, with no retrofit costs. Learn more about Mesa Labs Point Six™ wireless sensors at www.pointsix.com or contact Mark Fauber at 404.834.8294 or email@example.com.