Integrated Data Center Energy Management

Extending the Intelligent Building Framework to Onsite Servers
and the Enterprise Data Center

Integrated data center energy management is the implementation of a unified intelligent building strategy to optimize both IT and facility resources. By coordinating investment in energy conservation measures, equipment upgrades, and the use of software and services, integrated data center energy management promises to deliver greater energy and operational efficiency improvements to the facility or campus that hosts the data center. The idea is to leverage resources that can meet the needs of both the data center and the larger facility.

The intelligent building is defined by the integration of software and services to maximize energy and operational efficiency across building systems—from heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to lighting and plug loads. However, the data center has been widely omitted from the conversation. As building owners and relevant stakeholders invest in intelligent building solutions to deliver more comprehensive and insightful energy management, they are including onsite and enterprise data centers in their goals for holistic facility optimization. The utilization of intelligent building solutions and approaches across facility and IT systems will only increase over time. According to Navigant Research, the integrated data center is the next frontier for the intelligent buildings market.

This Navigant Research report assesses the future market for integrated data center energy management, with a focus on two segments: software and services and building equipment and systems. The study details the opportunity for energy management for integrated data centers and provides insight into key drivers, barriers, and other relevant market dynamics. Forecasts for the integrated data center energy management market in North America, segmented by offering type and sector, extend through 2025. The report also examines the key technologies related to energy management for integrated data centers, as well as the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What defines energy management for integrated data centers?
  • What are the benefits of an integrated data center energy management strategy?
  • How does the integrated data center relate to the intelligent buildings concept?
  • Which technologies and services would best support an integrated data center?
  • What customer segments are best positioned to benefit from integrated data centers?
Who needs this report?
  • Building energy management system (BEMS) vendors
  • Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) vendors
  • Commercial building automation system (CBAS) vendors
  • Real estate managers
  • Facility managers
  • Sustainability executives
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Introduction

1.1.1  Onsite and Enterprise Data Centers

1.2 Opportunity Assessment

1.2.1  Market Size and Forecast

2. Market Issues       

2.1 Introduction

2.1.1  Contemporary Mindset

2.1.2  Integrated Data Center Energy Management Solution Offerings

2.2 Market Drivers

2.3 Market Barriers

2.4 State of the Market

2.4.1  Data Center Energy Efficiency

2.4.1.1  Establishing Energy Efficiency Targets and Benchmarks

2.4.2  Integrated Data Center Development in North America

2.4.2.1  Utility Incentives

2.4.2.2  Climate Change and Sustainability Targets

3. Technology Issues

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Integrated Energy Management Solutions

3.2.1  Software and Services

3.2.1.1  BEMSs

3.2.1.2  DCIM

3.2.2  Building Equipment and Systems

3.2.2.1  Advanced Cooling Solutions and Strategies

3.2.2.2  Intelligent Lighting Controls

3.2.2.3  Building-Integrated Renewables

3.2.2.4  Monitoring and Control Hardware

4. Key Industry Players

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Software and Services

4.2.1  Blue Pillar

4.2.2  CBRE/Environmental Systems, Inc.

4.2.3  Cisco Systems

4.2.4  Daintree Networks

4.2.5  Ecorithm

4.2.6  Nuspire Networks

4.2.7  Powerhouse Dynamics

4.2.8  Setpoint Systems

4.2.9  SkyFoundry

4.2.10 Vigilent

4.3 Equipment and Systems

4.3.1  Honeywell

4.3.2  Johnson Controls

4.3.3  Schneider Electric

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Methodology

5.3 Forecast Scope

5.3.1   Segmentation by Sector

5.3.2  Segmentation by Geography

5.4 Market Size and Forecast

5.5 Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory 
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Integrated Data Center Energy Management Revenue by Offering Type, North America:  2015-2025   
  • Integrated Data Center Energy Management Revenue by Sector, North America: 2015-2025
  • Business Responses to Climate Change
  • Illustrative BEMS Visualization
  • Illustrative DCIM Dashboard
  • Illustrative Intelligent Lighting Architecture
  • Illustrative Devices    

List of Tables

  • Utility Rebates for Data Center Energy Efficiency    
  • BEMS Vendor Offerings for Data Centers
  • Potential Competitive Landscape of Energy Management for Integrated Data Centers
  • Integrated Data Center Energy Management Revenue by Offering Type, North America: 2015-2025
  • Integrated Data Center Energy Management Revenue by Sector, North America: 2015-2025

Report Details

  • Pages: 45
  • Tables, Charts,
    Figures:
    12
  • Release Date: 4Q 2015
  • Release File(s): PDF* and Excel *Indicates primary report file.

Press Releases:

Downloads

Register or Login to download free sample content.


{"userID":"","pageName":"Integrated Data Center Energy Management","path":"\/research\/integrated-data-center-energy-management","date":"3\/25\/2017"}