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ACS opens green data center in U.K.

Affiliated Computer Services has invested $3 million in a green data center in Telford, UK. Designed and built by IBM, 70 percent in energy costs would be saved as a result, which turns to approximately 4,200 tonnes of carbon footprint reduction.

TWIH: CyberHostPro launches Manchester DC; Energy Star rating metric coming soon

This week’s hosting news revolved heavily around the continued expansion of many companies and their data centers around the world, accompanied by news that an Energy Star rating metric for data centers is very close to completion.

Shoppers seek out green energy retailers

According to a recent study by web hosting provider 1&1 (UK branch), online shoppers look for retailers that use green energy and services. One in four out of 1,500 surveyed consumers expect that the stores where they will buy their products use eco-friendly services across their procedures. Also, 37 percent of Britons expect that online […]

OnlineTech closes Ann Arbor data center

Managed data center operator Online Tech is shutting down its oldest, smallest, and least efficient data center – the Ann Arbor data center. One of the reasons is that the DC no longer meets the company’s high-end infrastructure standards. All current clients will be moved to a more environmentally friendly data center.

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