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Change is in the air: Digital Realty to power data centers with wind
Digital Realty Trust agreed to buy enough wind power to offset all of the energy spent in its colocation and interconnection facilities in the U.S.
Construction of ‘green’ data centers to continue to surge
A recent report has shown the rapid uptake of ‘green’ data centers will continue into the future.
NEXTDC M1 data centre achieves NABERS 4.5 star rating
NEXTDC has achieved a 4.5 rating from NABERS for its Data-Center-as-a-Service provider technology at its M1 center in Port Melbourne, Australia.
Fujitsu awarded Australia's first NABERS data center portfolio ratings
Fujitsu Australia awarded Australia's first NABERS data center portfolio ratings across six of its sites, resulting from a focus on sustainability.
Siemens, ZNV team up for green data centers
Siemens and security and monitoring company ZNV Technology have teamed up to drive more efficient, intelligent and reliable data center technologies.
World’s first tropical data center on trial in Singapore
"We want to develop new technologies and standards that allow us to operate advanced data centers in the most energy efficient way in the tropics."
Technavio Southeast Asia forecast: Big trends & 16% growth
Technavio forecasts 16% growth in Southeast Asia. Big trends: green data centers, modular data center models, liquid cooling solutions and economisers
Microsoft ramps up push for greener data centers
Microsoft is increasing its push for greener data centers, using more renewable energy sources and siting new facilities near renewable source.
New Zealand ahead of the curve when it comes to electric vehicles
“It’s clear that electric vehicles are the future. This is a natural evolution, and it is our aim to encourage that switch sooner, rather than later.”
Tesla's Model 3: The single biggest launch of any product ever
"This has been a true grassroots effort driven by the passion of the Tesla team that’s worked so hard to get to this point."
HPE, IBM and EMC offerings herald new era in US$69b green data center market
New offerings from HPE, IBM and EMC are helping drive the green data center market to new highs and making cloud computing a reality a new report says
Tech industry invests in sustainability, looks at creating a healthy future
The consumer technology industry has a renewed focus on creating a healthier, more efficient future, and is looking at ways to advance sustainability.
What will the data centre of the future look like?
Cyber security, sustainability, and cloud and fog computing are key trends that will shape the way the data centre of the future will look and operate
Ricoh Australia reduces carbon footprint
“Our goal is to consistently maintain a leadership position in sustainability, lead by example, and inspire our customers to do the same.”
Ricoh invests in sustainable workplace to drive efficiencies
"We’re no longer just the photocopier guys; we’re part of the eighth-largest IT company in the world. We’ve future proofed our business and we’re already doing the same for our clients."
Why data centres are the new cool
More and more businesses are favouring suppliers who have adopted a greener, smarter way to operate.
Creating an energy efficient data centre
Traditional data centres are renowned for being among the most power-hungry ICT assets a business can own.
Sustainability to drive business growth
Bill Clinton has been arguing since the financial crisis of 2008 that we need to improve capitalism so that it’s more sustainable.
Embracing the cloud and UFB for sustainability
Being nimble is one of the biggest green benefits of IT. Over the years information technology has evolved so much so that businesses are now able to be more flexible than ever.
NZ ‘clean and green’… but not when it comes to ICT sustainability.
New Zealand has taken its eye off the ball and is falling behind in ICT sustainability, according to the recent Fujitsu New Zealand ICT Sustainability report...
Sustainability is more than office recycling
“Reducing your carbon footprint is something to focus on as businesses get to grips with the New Zealand Government’s new emissions trading scheme.”
Green UPS gives resellers sustainable advantage
At a time when sustainability and cutting back on emissions are high on the agenda for most end users, selling a ‘green’ UPS has to be a competitive advantage for resellers.