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REVIEW Onset Computer Corp., a supplier of data logging technology, is probably best known for its line of rooftop robot-like devices, called HOBOs, which can help fed- eral and state gov- ernments, as well as private sector companies, manage their buildings more ef ciently by creat- ing green rooftops. The rooftop HOBOs also make sure that plants and grasses up on the roof are getting enough water, sunlight and nutrients. Onset has announced the HOBO UX100 Series, the com- pany's next-generation family of data loggers for tracking tem- perature and relative humidity in indoor environments. Starting at $75, HOBO UX100 Series loggers deliver high accuracy and large measurement capacity, the company said. Users can easily see all of the collected data on a large LCD display. Building owners, facility managers, energy auditors and oth- ers can use the matchbox-size UX100 Series data loggers to quickly and easily collect indoor environmental data in a broad range of applications. This includes monitoring occupant com- fort in buildings, logging temperature trends in server rooms and measuring humidity levels in museums. HOBO UX100 data loggers feature an easy-to-view LCD dis- play that visually con rms logger operation and battery status. A large memory capacity enables users to deploy the loggers for longer periods with fewer site visits. All UX100 loggers also feature start and stop pushbuttons. Units can be mounted us- ing magnets, straps, and command-strip mounting options. Once data has been recorded with HOBO UX100 data loggers, it can be viewed in graph form and analyzed using Onset's HOBOware Pro software. Additionally, the software features a Bulk Export tool that allows users to export data les to text format for spreadsheets, and is available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German. HOBO UX 100 Series' ve models range from $75 to $189. • HOBOs take their environmental act indoors BY JOHN BREEDEN II GCN MARCH 2013 • GCN.COM 13 Sponsored by NetApp and Iron Bow READ THE FULL REPORT AT: GCN.COM/2013VIRTUALINFRA TOPICS INCLUDE: A VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE The advance of virtualization puts the focus on infrastructure needs Desktop virtualization has it s own infrastructure needs If you want virtualization success, look to storage IT skills needed for virtualization are familiar but different The benefits for virtualization are obvious but still need to be sold Special Report