The Power Usage Challenge: Improving Data Centre Efficiency

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Energy usage in data centres represents a substantial business expense across the industry, accounting for 30–50% of data centre operating costs. With electricity consumption across Europe’s data centres projected to grow by over 70% by 2020, there is a pressing demand for greater energy efficiencies to minimise both carbon footprint and energy consumption. This is a top priority for any operational management team, right up to board level.

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