green datacenter


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green datacenter

A datacenter that is constructed to run as economically as possible. All computer, electrical and lighting systems, as well as the building materials, must be rated for maximum efficiency. The datacenter may also be augmented with solar panels. See darkened datacenter and green.
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17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ - PEER 1 Hosting (TSX:PIX ), the global IT hosting provider, opens its new 57,800 square foot green datacenter in Portsmouth, UK today.
Carrefour France's entire IT infrastructure will be hosted from IBM's first European green datacenter in Montpellier.
With ETERNUS DX60/DX80 features like SSD and Eco-mode, Fujitsu provides the infrastructure for green datacenters.
ETERNUS DX series models also introduce an EcoMode function, based on MAID (Massive Array of Idle Disks) technology, which allows disks that are no longer needed (such as disks planned for daily backups) to be shut down to conserve energy -- a capability designed to contribute to green datacenters.
InfraSuite Datacenter Infrastructure Solutions is an optimal option for IT managers that strive to implement green datacenters.