THE CENTER FOR ENERGY-SMART ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS (ES2) is a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) established to develop methodologies, tools and systems that will maximize energy efficiency for the operation of electronic systems, including data centers, "from the chip to the cooling tower."
- SMART allocation and distribution of IT load
- SMART integration of controlled on-demand cooling
- SMART elimination of energy waste and inefficiencies
This holistic approach to the development and design of energy-smart electronic systems could translate into millions of dollars in savings and a “greener” industry.
ES2 university partners:
- Binghamton University (lead)
- Villanova University
- Georgia Institute of Technology (affiliate)
- University of Texas, Arlington