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Benefits of our system for the enterprise
A TGS based data center can illuminate the data center with LED lighting for additional facility cost savings.

A TGS based enterprise consisting of TGS based desktops, systems in closets and in the data center all   generating energy for the enterprise to use as a whole.

Casino systems that are TGS based can now offset the power to run the same casino machines from the energy generated.

TGS Server
100  10v model TGS servers can potentially generate 500k of TOE watts and 500 kWh with a value of $1,320.00 a day at the DOE price of .11˘ a kWh.

TGS Switch
Performance details forthcoming

TGS Router
Performance details forthcoming

That the world's fastest machine is a Cray XT5 supercomputer known as Jaguar, which is at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility and uses 250,000 processing cores to reach speeds of 1.75 petaflops.

Can you imagine the amount of energy harvested from by applying our system of integrated Thermoelectrics to such a system?
Quick Facts
Potential uses of our products
Some of the benefits realized utilizing IT systems with integrated Thermoelectrics.
Complements enterprise IT energy conservation and environmental efforts.
Complements the many best practices in the industry from the DOE, EPA and Green Grid.
Complements data center energy efficiency initiatives by producing TOE energy to reduce consumption.
Our systems meet energy efficiency compliance standards such as EnergyStar, RoHS, 80plus while also producing TOE energy.
Assists in providing positive efficiency metrics results by producing TOE energy to be reused - TOE could help in lowering PUE rating.
Reduces overall data center energy consumption and cost if TOE energy is re-applied. Savings can help reduce the cost of fuel or fuel delivery surcharges commonly applied to utility bills.
Reduces cooling costs by applying TOE energy to assist in powering cooling systems.
Works with all cooling methods and approaches, hot/cold aisle or liquid to generate TOE energy.
Reduces power consumption to charge UPS systems by applying TOE.
Works with other alternative energy sources such as Solar and Wind, TOE can be supplied in line with DC from Solar and Wind.
Provides migration path to DC based data center and use of DC based devices.
By moving to an all DC based data center, reduces issues surrounding real, reactive and apparent power, PFC and PSU efficiencies plus mean time.
Complements low hanging fruit efficiency methods. Newer TGS based systems can provide enough TOE power to offset the cost of keeping older, not directly ready for de-commissioning units running, until IT staff can remove data/applications.
Provides improved computing power per watt due to TOE economics.
Mitigates costs resulting from server sprawl, especially if unavoidable. Energy costs attached to sprawled servers are now reduced from available TOE energy.
Works with blade and consolidated platform form factors. Independent of server CPU and platform.
Can be integrated into Mainframe systems.
Can be integrated into HPC and Supercomputer class systems.
Complements savings from Virtualization practices and solutions.
Works with SSD and NAND flash storage systems to harvest energy.
Complements MAID subsystems to harvest energy.
Complements Router, Switch and networking device energy efficiency practices and solutions.
Works with higher speed networking components to harvest energy from XENPACS, GBICs and ASICS.
TOE power can be used to assist in providing Power over Ethernet (POE) IEEE 802.3af/at.
Complements or eliminates the need for the integration of IEEE 802.3az - Energy Efficient Ethernet.
Offsets power consumption costs from higher power drawing CPUs, ASICS and other chipsets.
Mitigates or complements the need for complex power throttling solutions.
Works with all data center power systems and future systems utilizing 208/415v.
Can be rectified to AC power if required, though efficiency will be reduced, increased scaling can compensate.
Works with advanced cooling technologies within a device at the chip level.
Works with low voltage components.
Mitigates need to sacrifice application performance from coding practices to save a watt over transaction speed. Keeps the efficiency in hardware - no software coding patch required.
Increases period of time for the cost of energy to overtake the cost of the device it powers in the data center.
Helps with the issue of whether a data center should move to a location that provides lower energy costs or more energy to meet demand.
Helps increase the meltdown gap between computing and energy consumption as per Moore and Amdahl’s law.
Complements efforts to eliminate the typical AC to DC power supply in blade servers. Instead of the traditional +5v, +12v and -12vDC rails and other low voltage DC sources converted from grid AC sources, TOE DC can be supplied.
Complements the utilization of a 42-53 and 380 to 400V DC power bus type architectures.
Can integrate and work with data center and enterprise power managements systems such as Cisco’s Energy Wise, HP’s Thermal Logic, and IBM’s Tivoli or AEM.
The approach to utilizing Thermoelectrics in the enterprise does not require the various cut backs as is applied to other green initiatives.
Our approach and system helps IT departments contribute to a corporations bottom line by acting as a producer and not only a consumer of resources.
Flexible TGS server deployment options - from tactical to strategic upgrade paths to a TGS based data center so savings can be realized in a controlled and managed method.