Temperature@lert accepted by SPEC Power!

Home based business entrepreneurs and online money makers out there, take note that a brand new exciting product known as Temperature@lert (USB temperature sensor) has been accepted as a SPEC Power compliant device.

Temperature@lert is currently making waves in the United States and many perceive this new exciting product as something that has an enormous business potential. It even has a its own affiliate program and I would recommend home based business entrepreneurs and online money makers out there to take a look it as soon as possible.

Press Release:

SPECpower_ssj2008 is the latest installment of an IT industry benchmark evaluates the power and performance characteristics in larger volume server class computers. It was created out of a need to monitor and regroup energy use from the IT industry and computer manufactures around the world.

SPECpower_ssj2008 does not only measure AC power from the source but it delivers a calibrated matrix for all computer functions including ambient temperature. There are two temperature measuring tools that are compatible with SPECpower_ssj2008 and the only one with support for 64-bit drivers is Temperarture@lert.

With the combination of the SPECpower_ssj2008 and Temperature@lert system administrators can run both temperature and power controls. The SPECpower_ssj2008 measures power for the AC input and combines the implementation to a performance metric. This provides pertinent information about what power considerations are made when considering which data center. Coupled with Temperature@lert, the power and temperature gradient works in symbiotic form to provide the best accuracy available in the IT industry.

We'd like to extend a special thanks to Greg D. and his team at Dell Inc. whose deep knowledge and expertise made this possible.

For more information about SPECpower_ssj2008 visit: http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/
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