The Power/Density Paradox: The Result of High Density Without Power Efficiency

The Power/Density Paradox: The Result of High Density Without Power Efficiency

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High density storage without power efficiency can lead to a problem known as the power/density paradox which prevents end users from utilizing the very floor space that high density systems were intended to conserve. The only solution to the paradox is to reduce the total amount of energy used for a given storage density.  This can be done by limiting the number of components within a subsystem itself or by making the subsystem itself more power efficient.

Access this white paper to learn about a solution to the power/density paradox risk that combines energy savings with high density and reduces both floor spaces and costs.

Vendor:
Imation Corp.
Posted:
18 Aug 2014
Published:
18 Aug 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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