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[This chapter gives a high-level overview of multi-tenant data centers which are an important part of the data center industry. Their efficiency has fallen behind that of owner-operated data centers due to the use of an uncoordinated model. Coordinated power management is proposed as a solution...
[This chapter gives the background on multi-tenant data centers focusing on the electrical systems, energy supply and demand, energy pricing, and other key performance indicators such as power usage coefficient (PUE), carbon footprint, and inconvenience cost. Moreover, this chapter discusses the...
[Multi-tenant data center has become large energy consumers due to the increasingly popular cloud computing services. However, their efficiency is lower that of owner-operated data centers. This is due to the split incentives of the stakeholders, i.e., the operator and its tenants, are not...
[For smart grid, multi-tenant data centers play a major part in the demand response program due to their large energy demand. Emergency demand response is critical in preserving the electrical infrastructure (i.e., the grid) in emergency situations, such as extreme weather events. Further...
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