Power consumption and BTU values for Cisco equipment
In our company, we are designing a new datacenter. To define the total electrical and cooling power we need to know the power consumption and the BTU for all our Cisco equipment. Is there a way to find these values within the Cisco website without looking up all the different equipment? I can imagine that there is a tool somewhere where I can choose the hardware and I will get this figures.
Re: Power consumption and BTU values for Cisco equipment
Hi Guru again.
Just as an input: It would be helpful if there will be all the Cisco equipment (also other switches, routers etc.) listed in the pull down field. Would that be an input for a next release of this tool?
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