In our latest report "The path to sustainability in the Data Center of tomorrow" we explore the whys, whens and hows of achieving a better performing, more sustainable data center.
Sustainable Data Centers aim to reduce energy usage and water consumption whilst limiting the amount of waste the facilities make, and reusing the waste they do create by using more efficient methods.
From ensuring energy-efficient lighting is installed and maximising the airflow within the facility, explore the fundamental steps that data center leaders should already be implementing within their own environments.
Sustainability goals are accelerating the need for data center leaders to consider ways in which they can scale sustainably whilst optimising performance and economic growth in changing landscapes.
New and advancing technologies are being created daily, is this an opportunity or a challenge? As the ever-growing demand for data forces all data center leaders to assess how they can scale up operations, efficiently and cost effective whilst staying committed to the Race to Zero.
For data centers to achieve global carbon goals fundamental changes need to be made. Whilst reducing carbon footprint and slowing down climate change is the biggest goal in the race to zero, finishing the race has more benefits for data center leaders beyond the environmental impact.
Are you winning, lagging behind or not even started? Sustainability is here to stay.
Data center leaders should be taking note. Creating the Data Center of tomorrow should be an ongoing project for data center leaders, even once the race to zero had been completed.
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