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The "Green Cloud"?

In my family the expression "green cloud" means the release and lingering of foul-smelling flatulence. Greenpeace appears to have a similar opinion of cloud computing as it is being applied by some companies. Last week, TMCnet editor Kelly McGuire wrote a...

UPI Vision Rounds Out Eco-Sustainability Efforts

Data centers typically are high users of energy because of their cooling requirements; in fact, nationally, data centers are responsible for between 1 percent and 2 percent of total power consumption. Designed to maximize sustainability, global collaboration and innovation, Panduit's...

Panduit's PIM Software Calls the Plays in the Data Center

Today's data centers are leveraging the same IP networking solutions most businesses are deploying for converged communications capabilities - and with good reason. Converged networking allows for more effective and simplified resource management, increased security, significant cost savings, and support of...

Business Operations Depend on Physical Infrastructure Manager

With the convergence of communications media onto converged all-IP networks, the task of managing those networks effectively becomes significantly more critical to the livelihood of any business. Now, if there are issues with the network infrastructure, the entire business effectively comes...

Eco-Sustainability through Unified Physical Infrastructures

As businesses grow, they are faced with the inherent technological challenges that accompany the addition of both headcount and physical footprint - namely, the task of effectively integrating disparate systems and technologies to create a single, unified environment to enable...

Panduit's Living Lab for UPI-based Data Centers

Green technology is quickly becoming a focus across enterprises - the question is, are businesses veiling their cost cutting measures as green initiatives or are they truly looking to become environmentally conscious. Panduit's vice president of global marketing Vineeth Ram, believes...

Power and Cooling Optimization Becoming Increasingly Important to Data Center Managers

Recent research suggests that the cost of power and cooling in data centers is exceeding - or at least equal to - the cost of systems infrastructures (i.e., servers, storage, switches, and other network devices).  That trend is hardly surprising,...

Panduit's Inlet Duct System for Optimized Cooling in Data Centers

Data centers are rapidly becoming a more critical - perhaps the most critical - part of enterprises' overall infrastructures. They house the information and applications that are required to maintain operations and, as such, must not only provide realizable access to...

Comparing (green) apples-to-apples

It would be very helpful for technology buyers interested in buying green and in doing so saving money if there could be a series of objectively researched-and-well publicized energy/environmental footprint data and costs for these solutions. If such documentation exists...

Greening The Data Center

Data centers: data warehouse appliances and servers are the 'boilers' of the information revolution. They enable almost every business process from administration to customer service, decisioning, design/engineering, distribution, manufacturing, marketing/sales, and support. They also require a lot of electricity for...

APC's new Data Center Carbon Calculator

 American Power Conversion has devised an excellent tool, the Data Center Carbon Calculator, to help you changes in data center efficiency on energy consumption and carbon output. This handy measurement is part of a series of Trade-Off Tools (TM) developed by APC to...

Data Centers Find They Can't Afford to Not 'Go Green'

In the data center market, the need for green technology solutions to reduce energy consumption is rapidly becoming imperative. That’s according to executives who gathered for a panel Wednesday during Computerworld’s Storage Networking World conference.   Going green is no...

Want More Energy For Computing? Burn Trash!

If your company has an extra $5,000 or so in its green technology budget, it might be worth considering a device the converts trash into energy with very minimal emissions. The device is called “the Gigapit,” and is made by...

IT Execs to Gather in Orlando for Green Enterprise Computer Event

If green technology is your thing (and it must be if you’re reading this blog), take note: later this month more than 400 executives from data centers and IT organizations will descend on Orland, Florida for the Uptime Institute Symposium...

Rackspace Survey: Businesses Willing to Pay More for Services from 'Green' Vendors

Consumers and businesses these days are paying more and more attention to the impact their actions have on the environment. The “green technology” segment of the “green” movement—and the topic of this blog—includes everything from fuel-efficient cars to software the...

Sun Committed to Green Technology

  Save Power. Save Space. Save Money. Save the Planet.   With that tagline, Sun Microsystems has kicked off a new green program, the Eco Innovation Initiative.   For more on this program, and how Sun plans to help increase...

Big Blue Goes Green

IBM is adding 80,000 square feet of green datacenter space to its existing Boulder Colorado facility. The plan calls for state-of-the-art technology that will help IBM reduce energy expenditures.   The new data center will serve as a proof of...
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