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  • 7 May 2012 12:12

ATEN Launches NRGence™ Green Energy Line for Data Centers

Melbourne, Australia (May 7, 2012) – ATEN International, a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced connectivity solutions, today announced the launch of NRGence™ - a brand new “green energy” line of eco PDUs (Power Distribution Units) eco Sensors, and energy boxes.

ATEN NRGence provides instant, real-time power management control and energy-saving efficiency for IT managers by enabling them to easily upgrade current IT resources quickly and cost effectively. The use of dynamic Rack Cooling Index (RCI) and Return Temperature Index (RTI) by zone as well as eco Sensor software in conjunction with sensor-enabled eco PDUs, gives IT managers the means to assess, diagnose and estimate how and where energy can be saved.

“Once considered more novel than practical, energy efficient data center technologies are expected to represent 28 percent of total data center market investment by 2015, according to a recent study by Pike Research. The release of the NRGence range demonstrates ATEN's determination to enter the ‘green data center’ market” said Kevin Chen, President of ATEN International. “When looking to increase efficiencies, organisations have historically focused exclusively on IT resources, but ATEN NRGEnce also maximises the energy efficiency of non-IT resources, which represents 80 percent of a data center’s power consumption.”

Aten’s eco PDUs offer remote power control combined with real-time power measurement, allowing IT managers to control and monitor the power status of devices attached to the PDUs - either at the PDU device or outlet level - from practically any location via a TCP/IP connection.

Aten’s NRGence product line will be unveiled at this year’s Cebit event in Sydney along with their VanCryst HDMI Media Distribution Solution.

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