How to Shape Your Green Energy Goals, Starting with the Data Center

Energy conservation is a universal concern, especially with the impact that fossil fuels are having on the environment. Due to data centers being among the biggest consumers of energy, adopting green energy strategies as part of data center design and operations will result in fewer carbon emissions and substantial energy savings. Within this space, data center architects and operators are finding new ways to reduce energy demand and identify alternative energy sources to promote greener data centers.

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The Rise of Hyperscale Data Centers: What It Means for the Future of IT

The need for more data and processing power is driving demand for hyperscale data centers. Today’s organizations are suffering from an overabundance of data. Cloud adoption is creating demand for hyperscale data centers to deliver added capacity, virtually on demand. With more than 43 billion devices worldwide expected to be connected by 2023, real-time data processing is also needed to support the Internet of Things (IoT). As more data needs to be processed and analyzed faster, the need for more hyperscale data centers will continue to grow.

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