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Tulip Data City: Asia's and India's largest and World's third largest data centr

Tulip Data City: Asia's and India's largest and World's third largest data centr

Tulip Data Services Pvt Ltd’s new data centre in Bangalore is Asia’s largest data centre. TDC is the most green and power efficient data centre in India, and is expected…

Green Mountain Data Center, Norway

Green Mountain Data Center, Norway

Green Mountain Data Center, Norway, will use cold water from a fjord to cool its computers. The data centre, which will located inside concrete buildings within caves that has been…

Liquid Cooled Servers and Green Data Centers

Liquid Cooled Servers and Green Data Centers

Can servers really be immersed in mineral oil to keep them cool? Can we have quiet and efficient data centers that can actually halve our electricity bill? What will happen…

World's Greenest Data Center?: @ Syracuse University data center

World's Greenest Data Center?: @ Syracuse University data center

Syracuse University, IBM, New York State, has one of the worlds greenest data centers— a showcase of energy efficient design and function. It uses about 50 percent less energy than…

Introduction to Green IT Course

Introduction to Green IT Course

Green IT - Information and Communications Technology for a Sustainable Future The course covers all the essential elements of technology and the latest domain knowledge from Desktop to Data Center.…

Greenpeace to Facebook:

Greenpeace to Facebook: "Stop using coal!!!"

Greenpeace campaign to get facebook CEO Mark Zukerburg to stop using coal and instead use renewable energy - Everyone get on board


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Tulip Data City: Asia's and India's largest and World's third largest data centr

Tulip Data City: Asia's and India's largest and World's third largest data centr

Tulip Data Services Pvt Ltd’s new data centre in Bangalore is Asia’s largest data centre. TDC is the most green and power efficient data centre in India, and is expected to save about 35MW power at full capacity.

With 9,00,000Sft of built-up Space, the design confirms to Tier-3 specifications as per TIA-942 standards and is comprised of 20 modular datacenters in a four-tower building. It supports up to 100 ME of electricity. The facility will be dedicated to cloud and networking services. The company’s data network reaches more than 2,000 locations in India and it has 1,800 enterprise customers on hand.

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Green Mountain Data Center, Norway

Green Mountain Data Center, Norway

Green Mountain Data Center, Norway, will use cold water from a fjord to cool its computers. The data centre, which will located inside concrete buildings within caves that has been carved into the side of a mountain on the island of Rennesoy, will be naturally cool due to its location, but will use the fjord water to further cool its facility. The first phase of the facility will cover 75,000 sq ft.

Topics: Green Data Centers

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Liquid Cooled Servers and Green Data Centers

Liquid Cooled Servers and Green Data Centers

Can servers really be immersed in mineral oil to keep them cool? Can we have quiet and efficient data centers that can actually halve our electricity bill? What will happen if the servers are immersed in liquid oil? Is this safe? Is this the next big thing? Watch this video to find all the answers.

Topics: Green Data Centers

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World's Greenest Data Center?: @ Syracuse University data center

World's Greenest Data Center?: @ Syracuse University data center

Syracuse University, IBM, New York State, has one of the worlds greenest data centers— a showcase of energy efficient design and function. It uses about 50 percent less energy than a typical data center in operation today. A typical data center uses up to 30 times more energy than a typical office building, and that energy use is doubling every five years. Improving data center energy efficiency offers significant energy cost savings and environmental benefits to organizations and businesses.

Topics: Green Data Centers

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Introduction to Green IT Course

Introduction to Green IT Course

Green IT - Information and Communications Technology for a Sustainable Future
The course covers all the essential elements of technology and the latest domain knowledge from Desktop to Data Center.  In nine interactive modules students use text, video, and hands-on analytical exercises to master the fundamentals of sustainability for the ICT industry and specific techniques for applying that knowledge. The course includes in-depth work with the latest developments in Green IT 2.0, the use of ICT to enable sustainable solutions across the enterprise. The capstone project is the creation of a practical plan for an enterprise Green IT intiative. 
The course is certified by the World Education Council to meet the highest standard of online education. Instructors for the course have actual field experience in designing, leading and implementing Green IT projects.

http://www.greenit.net/greenit_training.html

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Greenpeace to Facebook:

Greenpeace to Facebook: "Stop using coal!!!"

Greenpeace campaign to get facebook CEO Mark Zukerburg to stop using coal and instead use renewable energy - Everyone get on board

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Facebook Goes Green?

Facebook Goes Green?

Facebook showcases their efforts to go green, a new video gives the history of fossil fuel use in under five minutes, and NBC celebrates its annual Green Week.

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Bill Gates Green Technology

Bill Gates Green Technology

Bill Gates speaks about how someone following in his footsteps might contribute toward the efforts made in the area of green technology.

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Explaining green computing

Explaining green computing

When it comes to being green, computing is both part of the problem and part of the solution. This video therefore looks at the environmental aspects of computing, and is presented by Christopher Barnatt, author of ExplainingComputers.com, and Associate Professor of Computing and Organizations in Nottingham University Business School.

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