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PRIMERGY Cloud eXtension server from Fujitsu saves costs

Fujitsu has introduced PRIMERGY Cloud eXtension server which is a server that delivers as much computing power per square foot as possible with the cheapest price. With 38 server nodes in a single rack, up to 20 percent will be saved in power and cooling costs, compared to an assembly of standard rack server. The […]

Chillers and fuel cells: the greening of the hosting industry continues

So-called “green data centers” are popping up in strategic locations all over the world as hosting companies work towards the business-friendly trinity of improved energy-efficiency, reduced emissions and the ability to market an eco-friendly service to its customers and improved standards and technologies are making it easier than ever for firms of all sizes to […]

Emerson Network Power brings economization solutions for DCs

Emerson Network Power is now offering a an air- and fluid-side economization solutions for data centers. Its plant uses outside temperature to make water cool. Temperature of wet bulb, supply and return water are some of the aspects that affect the length of economization.

Google implements free cooling technology in Belgium DC

Google has followed Microsoft in implementing free cooling technology in their Belgium data center. Windows-maker relies mostly on free cooling (when a DC relies on outside air 95% of the time, and saving water and power) in its Dublin data center location.

i/o Data Centers files for two patents

After launching Phoenix ONE,  i/o Data Centers hopes to further establish itself on new location with two patent pending technologies. The first is called ThermoCabinet, which draws cool air through the closed cabinet from under the raised floor. The second is an electrical plug system that lets customers use any equipment from any manufacturer by […]

HP’s scales down DC cooling management

HP‘s data center cooling management solution has been repackaged as HP Data Center Environmental Edge. The Environmental Edge is a scaled down version of Dynamic Smart Cooling which is designed to manage air conditioning systems in data centers. The new solution will offer offer 24-hour monitoring of power and cooling distribution.

Carbon calculator for data centers

A new online tool have been launched that lets managers of North American data centers check how much free cooling is available. With free cooling, the lifespan of data center facilities could extend. It can also reduce energy consumption and related costs. A “carbon calculator” tool was released by Rackspace two months ago.

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