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SERVER ENERGY AND EFFICIENCY REPORT 2009

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Each server costs several thousand dollars to run every year. It’s not just hardware; each needs software licences, operational support and of course energy. Wouldn’t you like each and every one to be …

Each server costs several thousand dollars to run every year. It’s not just hardware; each needs software licences, operational support and of course energy. Wouldn’t you like each and every one to be useful? The chances are that one sixth of your servers are unproductive for your organization, one of the startling findings from this study amongst many others. The potential savings are large, globally $3.8 billion in energy costs alone and $24.7 billion in the total cost of running non-productive servers. If this concerns you, read on.

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