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Cloud の調査:データセンターの電力消費量は、どのように推移していくのか?

Cloud Computing: Data Centers Designed for Hyperscale Have Potential for Dramatic Energy Savings

Dick Weisinger – August 8th, 2016



In 2014 data centers in the United States used 70 billion kWH about 1.8 percent of all energy consumption and enough to power about 6.4 million homes peryear, … 242 more words

Data Center Trends

Verne Global Green IT

Verne Global, a wholesale supplier of data center space based in Keflavik, Iceland, and Washington, D.C., wanted to be recognized for its low energy footprint. The firm needed to educate prospective customers about the viability of green IT and the business value of the Icelandic data centers, powered by 100% renewable resources without a price premium. 38 more words

Content Curation

Africa leapfrogging lean and green in the cloud

Some time ago I did extensive research into the African ICT market. So how does it compare to the rest of the world? Let’s focus on Africa’s weakness and transform that into a strength. 752 more words

Emerging Markets

The ‘big bad data police’

What will be impact of big data on our carbon footprint? Let’s assume the Internet of Things by 2040 consists of 50+ billion devices. These devices send data, maybe an average of 50,000 data points per day per device, and let’s average each data set at 100 bytes. 644 more words

Sustainable ICT

A Very Green Building With A Lot Of Touchscreens

This month “The Edge” in Amsterdam was awarded the BREEAM Award for Offices New Construction for green design and construction. This award reflects the many design features that include solar power, rainwater collection, and efficient heating and lighting. 533 more words

Science And Technology

What is VDI Networking? A Must Read

The abbreviation VDI stands for virtual desktop infrastructure. A facility called the datacenter is used to keep computer systems and the components associated with it, such as any storage or telecommunication system. 424 more words