Highly Energy-Efficient Datacenters in Practice

Analyst report by 451 Research, published on 8/23/2013

Improving energy and resource efficiency is not a new issue for the datacenter industry, but it has traditionally taken a back seat to other considerations, such as maintaining uptime. However, over the last five to ten years, certain external factors -- including rising fuel prices, carbon-emission reduction efforts and the credit crisis -- have begun to push efficiency up the priority list.

This rise in energy-use awareness has helped drive the development of an increasing range of eco-efficient datacenter strategies and technologies by traditional datacenter suppliers, specialist startups and consultants. There is a wealth of information now available on how to make changes to datacenter design and operation in order to reduce energy and resource usage. This report is intended to look beyond theoretical solutions and supplier marketing, and instead concentrate on real-life projects and results.

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