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The Cloud is Greener Than Your Data Center

November 5, 2010 No Comments

Ever since cloud computing really took off in prominence, there has been a discussion in certain circles as to whether the cloud is actually greener. Some argue that it is by default, since economies of scale and the generally highly virtualized environments that cloud systems run are by nature more efficient.

On the contrary, the case can be made that cloud-centric data centers are like any other data center, with inefficiencies galore.

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