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IBM Green Data Center Initiative Big-Green




IBM plans to shift investment, $1B annually, to make its clients and itself more energy efficient through achievement of green data centers. This will result in new products and services in the information technology domain.  IBM expects to deliver assessments, create better data centers that leverage virtualization technology and advanced cooling, and manage power in an optimal way.  ...
... "The savings are substantial -- for an average 25,000 square foot data center, clients should be able to achieve 42 percent energy savings. Based on the energy mix in the US, this savings equates to 7,439 tons of carbon emissions saved per year. Called Project Big Green, IBM’s initiative targets corporate data centers where energy constraints and costs can limit their ability to grow. The initiative includes a new global green team of more than 850 energy efficiency architects from across IBM. " ...

Via IBM: Green Data Center

 

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