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How deep can corporate carbon accounting software dive into a corporation’s individual data centers? San Francisco-based startup Sentilla and enterprise software giant SAP intend to find out. The two announced Monday that they’ve tested out an integration of their software — Sentilla’s Energy Manager, which measures and manages server utilization and energy data, and SAP’s Carbon Impact software for calculating and accounting for a corporation’s carbon footprint — in SAP’s Co-Innovation Laboratory in Palo Alto, Calif.. The two haven’t made an official go-to-market announcement yet, but will be presenting together at SAP shows in Berlin and Las Vegas this month. SAP rival CA has similar roots in data center efficiency management, and has tied that into its ecoSoftware carbon and sustainability product, by the way.