This Week on the Green Data Center Management Front

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 15, 2010


Green computing is as much about saving money as it is about resources. Nowhere is this more apparent than IT. Each Monday, the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog reports the latest environmental-related IT news. Below are some of this week's stories.


  • Data center operator Equinix has been granted LEED certification for its 2009 retrofit of its SV2 International Business Exchange facility in Silicon Valley.
  • Binghamton University professors said they believe that just-in-time provisioning of IT resources and just-in-time cooling are the keys to achieving greater efficiency in data centers.
  • Neuwing Energy Ventures, a provider of financially focused and environmentally responsible commercial energy strategies, announces that it has successfully registered the first voluntary Energy Efficiency Certificates (EECs) in the newly launched APX North American Renewables Registry.
Among the big news this week in green data center management: Equinix was granted LEED certification for its 2009 retrofit of its Silicon Valley SV2 International Business Exchange facility, Neuwing Energy Ventures announced it successfully registered the first voluntary Energy Efficiency Certificates in the newly launched APX North American Renewables Registry, and more.

Read this week's News Roundup at the Enterprise IT Planet Green Blog.

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