Data Center Management Green IT News

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 20, 2010


Each Monday, the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog reports highlights of the past week's data center management and environmental-related IT news. This week China is developing the Tianjin Eco-City concept that will include green data centers to provide centralized platforms for banking and manufacturing software systems. Also, Barracuda Networks has announced plans to broaden its virtual product portfolio to include its full line of solutions across a variety of delivery models including appliance, virtual, SaaS and hybrid to help its customers extend Green IT benefits to their networks.


This week in data center management news China is developing the Tianjin Eco-City concept that will include green data centers for banking and manufacturing software systems.

"Pillar Data Systems announces that Henry Country Hospital, one of the nation's top 100 hospitals, has standardized on the Pillar Axiom unified storage system to support its entire clinical information system as well as all of its application servers. The Axiom server represents a 20% energy savings for the hospital.

"Barracuda Networks announces plans to broaden its virtual product portfolio to include its full line of solutions across a variety of delivery models including appliance, virtual, SaaS and hybrid to help its customers extend Green IT benefits to their networks.

"The Green Grid announces that the Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) metric, published by The Green Grid in 2007, has now achieved industry alignment specific to recommendations on how to measure PUE in dedicated data center facilities."

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