Green Computing

Colo Customers Organize to Seek Greener Power

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, SAN DIEGO, Calif. – If you operate a huge cloud campus, you have lots of options to procure renewable energy to support your data centers. If you’re [...]

The Cloud Becomes A Major Force in Green Energy

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The data center industry has emerged as a leading player in the market for renewable energy, as cloud computing platforms shift to solar [...]

Green Data Center Conference Returns to La Jolla, CA

Originally posted Data Center Frontier by Kevin Normandeau, Early bird registration is open for the 8th Annual Green Data Center Conference 2017 until January 27th. [...]

In-Memory Technology is Green in More Than One Way

  – Nikita Ivanov, CTO and founder of GridGain, an open source, in-memory computing technology provider, says: The next phase in computing will no doubt yield countless surprises, but a few things are certain. First, computing [...]

Data Centers: Where and how to build with energy in mind

…By consolidating data centers, relocating them strategically and investing in green technologies, companies can fight rising energy costs. – Robert Offley,  CEO of CentriLogic, says: Lately, there’s been some renewed discussion on the Web concerning data center [...]

Is Cloud Computing Always Greener?

– Pierre Delforge, Senior Engineer at Natural Resources Defense Council (www.nrdc.org) As a growing number of businesses consider moving computer applications from on-premise server rooms to the “cloud,” a groundbreaking analysis released today by the Natural Resources Defense [...]

Thinking Ecologically: What About YOUR Carbon Footprint?

– Jessica Vreeswijk, Editor in Chief at GreenItTools (www.GreenITTools.com), says: 97% of IT professionals say reducing carbon footprint is important. Why is little action underway at this point?1. Attention has been focused on Data Centres – [...]

Thinking Ecologically: Is Carbon Footprint Important?

– Derek Kober, Program Director of the BPM Forum (www.bpinetwork.org), says: It’s a combination of a need for more education as to the tangible business benefits that can be achieved through more ecological practices in the [...]

Data Center Metrics: Not So Confusing

– Tate Cantrell, chief technology officer of Verne Global (www.verneglobal.com), says: The Green Grid (www.thegreengrid.org) has said in the past that the point for measurement of the IT Equipment Power is at the distribution point upstream [...]

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