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Many Paths to the Green Data Center

December 28, 2011 No Comments

It doesn’t take much of a genius to realize that the data center will become more energy efficient in the coming year and beyond.

Financial incentives aside, the mere fact that nearly all enterprise systems are touting low-power operation right down to the processor level indicate that enterprises will see lower electric bills whether they plan to or not. But within the overall trend toward a greener data center, there are numerous twists and turns that could have a dramatic effect on data operations and overall productivity of the knowledge work force.

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