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Data Centre Capacity - Actual power consumption vs. nameplate value

This paper is about data centre capacity planning and the impact from using actual power consumption vs nameplate or derated nameplate values. The paper, published by Tier44, was written by Val Sokolov, who managed R&D data centres operations and capacity planning at Brocade and VMware and is currently with eBay.  Val Sokolov wrote this paper and published it on linkedin. 

For those who prefer a pdf file, Tier44 published it for everyone to download here.


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