Green IT: Data Center Management News

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 27, 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 in green data center management news: 1E and AH Technology will showcase a solution for desktop power management and NTT Communications announced it will open premium data centers in Vietnam and Singapore. Also, a new Forrester Research statistics indicates that nearly 40 percent of businesses now have a plan for implementing an enterprise-wide carbon and energy management system, up from 26 percent a year ago.


A new Forrester Research study indicates that nearly 40 percent of businesses now have a plan for implementing an enterprise-wide carbon and energy management system.

"Nearly 40 percent of businesses now have a plan for implementing an enterprise-wide carbon and energy management system, up from 26 percent a year ago, according to new data from Forrester Research.

"NTT Communications Corp. announces it will open premium data centers in Vietnam and Singapore and also launch a new service that enables enterprise customers to quickly establish connectivity between core data centers under a major new strategy to expand business in the fast-growing Asian region. The Singapore facility will feature green IT specifications. Weifield Group, an electrical contractor located in Denver, Colorado, has completed electrical installation for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's next generation 20,000 square foot data center, expected to be one of the most energy efficient buildings in the world.'

"1E and AH Technology will showcase the market-leading showcase solution for desktop power management at the CIO Summit in Sydney."

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