WHAT’S COOL IN THE DATA CENTER Liebert iCOM Introducing the all-new Liebert iCOM Thermal System Controls By 2020, data center energy consumption will rise 53% to 140 billion kilowatt-hours1 50 large power plants That’s the equivalent of HOWEVER, with advanced thermal management control, you can: Achieve up to a 50% reduction in cooling system energy consumption And, at 500kW IT load and $0.1/kW hour: Drop cooling energy consumption = While you lower PUE 171690 , $ IN ANNUAL ENERGY SAVINGS 500kW IT Load at a 1.76 PUE gives you 380kw of cooling energy used. HOW? By solving problems such as: Fighting between systems that wastes energy and risks availability Adverse events that go unnoticed until it’s too late System wear and tear that’s costly and threatening to availability Lack of visibility into actionable performance metrics HOW LIEBERT iCOM CONTROL ENHANCES DATA CENTER PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY Coordinates, balances and automates cooling unit operation to promote teamwork, remove conflict, eliminate complexity and ensure harmony and efficiency PROTECTION Aggregates information from up to 4,800 wireless sensors to enhance visibility, enable intelligent decision-making and ensure protection and security INSIGHT Provides key metrics, threshold notifications and historical data, all available at your fingertips to give you insight for action A CLOSER LOOK Liebert iCOM Liebert iCOM-S Unit level Room level Highest level of protection for the unit and components while reducing wear and tear Supervisory control with advanced machine-to-machine communications for highest system efficiency and protection Highly intuitive, full-color touch screen simplifies operation, saves time and reduces human error Displays the information you need most, when you need it, based on your criteria LEARN MORE ABOUT EFFICIENCY, PROTECTION AND INSIGHT IN YOUR DATA CENTER EmersonNetworkPower.com/WhatsCool 1 Statistics on 2020 data center energy usage: Data Center Efficiency Assessment, August 2014, Natural Resources Defense Council Emerson, Emerson Network Power, and the Emerson Network Power logo are trademark or registered trademarks of Emerson Electric Co. or one of its affiliated companies. © 2015. Emerson Electric Co. Energy and cost savings analysis are provided for illustration and estimation purposes only. Any and all other brands, product names, or trade names are the property of their respective owners.