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Manufacturing Automation: Optimizing power consumption through remote monitoring

by Chun-Yu (Jack) Lin   

Manufacturing Automation
Manufacturing Operations Research & Development Technology / IIoT Heavy Machinery Infrastructure automation data Industry 4.0 Manufacturing Technology


Data centre operators and application owners need to figure out how to operate numerous servers and power-hungry equipment while optimizing power consumption.

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) generates a tremendous amount of data that also needs to be stored.

Consequently, more and more data centres are needed to fulfill this growing demand for data storage management, increasing energy consumption in the process.

At the same time, factories, supermarkets, and other high-power consumption applications are also facing pressure to improve energy efficiency for their heavy-load equipment and devices.

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Data centre operators and application owners need to figure out how to operate numerous servers and power-hungry equipment while optimizing power consumption.

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