Issues and opportunities around energy, the environment and sustainability, impact every individual and every business. Faced with the issue of an energy efficient data center, businesses are looking for ways to optimize their computing environments to the benefit of their bottom line and our planet. A green IT strategy has become a necessity. By combining hardware, software and services offerings, many companies are willing to help clients improve service, better manage risk, and resolve resource constraints-all while reducing overall energy costs.These services could include the optimization of:Increased server utilization. Reduced system management complexity. Lower power and cooling costs. Reduced demand for data center floor space. Lower IT total cost of ownership.
Eco-Efficiency within Data Center designs a Middle Eastern perspective Adriaan Steyn Business Development Manager Data Centers Global Leviton Middle East
The Green Initiative "Today's corporate leaders are already very conscious of using green practices when considering new facilities, and they expect “Green buildings” to have an increasing impact in the future” Source: Siemens Building Technologies
Increased Cooling efficiency - Lower air flows required, extending the life and efficiency of the CRAC. When air-conditioning units are operated at full load, their efficiency decreases. At a speed of 50% or less, CRAC units can be operated more energy efficiently.