Green Computing is the study and practice of using computing resources efficiently. Typically, green computing systems or products take into account the so-called triple bottom line of people, planet, profit. This differs somewhat from traditional or standard business practices that focus mainly on the economic viability of a computing solution. These focuses are similar to those of green chemistry; reduction of the use of hazardous materials such as lead at the manufacturing and recycling stages, maximized energy efficiency during the product's lifetime, and recyclability or biodegradability of both a defunct product and of any factory waste.
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Todayís data centers are taking the heat both literally and figuratively. With equipment generating enormous amounts of thermal energy, data centers continue to shovel operational funds into cooling as energy costs steadily climb.
As the cost of power continues to rise while the demand for computing capacity grows at an unprecedented rate, balancing the costs of cooling equipment against the need for uninterrupted uptime presents a constant challenge.
This paper examines the advantages of liquid submersion cooling and, in particular, takes a closer look at GreenDEFô, the dielectric mineral oil blend used by Green Revolution Cooling, a global leader in submersion cooling technologies. Further, the paper will address concerns of potential adopters of submersion systems and explain why these systems can actually improve performance in servers and protect expensive data center investments.
A new approach, known as ďBig Workflow,Ē is being created by Adaptive Computing to address the needs of these applications. It is designed to unify public clouds, private clouds, Map Reduce-type clusters, and technical computing clusters. Download now to learn more.
Most security professionals focus on policy, training, tools, and technologies to address network security. Security tools and technologies, however, are only as good as the network data they receive for analysis.
In today's virtual enterprise, access to corporate resources must be secure, reliable, and manageable, with consistently enforced policy while simultaneously allowing access from anywhere at any time. This is why access network strategies are critical to business growth.
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