When maintaining operating uptime in a data center or server room, sustainable energy efficiency can make all the difference. The implementation of effective power management often involves improvements at both the hardware and software level. As the trend for 3-phase power grows due to its efficiency to generate, transfer, and distribute electricity, ATEN is introducing its latest PG series of PDUs, available in IEC socket configuration, that are designed with 0U rack housing to accommodate the increasing demand for power to high-density IT equipment in server rooms and data centers. Each PG98230 PDU, utilizing an ARM-Cortex A8 processor, is equipped with 30 port outlets capable of running at higher voltages, powers up all connected equipment in less than 10 seconds once plugged in, and delivers the most accurate kWh energy usage data (+/-1%) for better power consumption habits, baselines, and initiative tracking. With energy saving in mind, the PG98230 is purposed to enable lower energy consumption for best practice in a network infrastructure, while promoting up to 70.65 kg (131.4 kw equivalent of power consumption) of reduced CO2 emission, reduced electricity expenses, and lower carbon taxes to pay each year.