How do we power the Fourth Industrial Revolution to ensure a more sustainable future? And, how do we ensure that we begin to reduce greenhouse gas emissions measurably? Bill Kleyman of Switch discusses why sustainable data centers are key to the success of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
New research from Microsoft outlines the potential use of sustainable material in data center construction projects to create low-carbon cloud infrastructure. It is exploring the use of mushrooms, algae, agricultural waste and hemp as structural materials.
As the world confronts the growing urgency of the climate crisis, top cloud computing companies are stepping up their efforts to lead the transition to a cleaner economy. Here’s a look at the next phase of the cloud sector’s climate impact.
Iron Mountain will begin tracking the hourly renewable content of the energy used in several of its data centers, reflecting the growing enterprise interest in the sustainability of their IT supply chain.
Rich Miller will examine the role of green data centers as a catalyst for action on climate change in this webinar.
Sean Farney, Director of Data Center Marketing, Kohler Power Systems, highlights the need for an all-encompassing and standardized way to measure and report on data center sustainability across the entire data center ecosystem.
Eric Boonstra, VP & GM of Iron Mountain Data Centers Western Europe explores how Amsterdam’s data center industry is working toward a more sustainable future.
Data Center Frontier and Iron Mountain come together for a Feb. 10 webinar to discuss green data centers and the impact of sustainability initiatives on the future of the data center business.
Google will power its entire global information empire entirely with carbon-free energy by 2030, matching every second of its data center operations to renewable energy sources.
Aligned has matched the entire IT load of its data centers with renewable energy, as part of a holistic sustainability program spanning all parts of its operations.