Bill Back Business Units and Customers for the Energy Used
Today, it’s becoming more common for organizations to have green data center initiatives to drive energy-efficient behaviors both from internal and external customers.
Consider Data Center Consolidation and Virtualization
If your data center infrastructure is outdated or your data center’s utilization of space, power, and cooling resources is inefficient, you stand to benefit greatly from consolidation and virtualization efforts that will decrease the number of physical assets you have and the associated resources they consume.
Implement Hot/Cold Aisle Containment
Ceiling panels and doors enclose the hot aisle between rows of cabinets so that warm exhaust air can be separated and returned to the cooling system. Implement a data center containment strategy where cold supply air from cooling units is separated from the hot exhaust air from IT equipment.
Reducing Your Data Centre Carbon Footprint
Deploy a complete data center management solution to dramatically reduce energy consumption and drive sustainability.
As data centers continue to require more energy to keep up with the demand of modern consumers and businesses, so too does the spotlight as customers, governments, and industry regulators increasingly push for increased sustainability and social responsibility.