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    2. Death match in Unix servers by Peter Judge

      Death match in Unix servers by Peter Judge
      The Unix server market may be in decline, but theres still enough value there for the big, seasoned pros to strut their stuff like veteran wrestlers. The latest bout saw announcements from all the big players - HP, IBM, and Oracle. But the Unix market is in terminal decline - IDC found the last quarter of 2013 had shrunk more than 30 percent from the same period of 2012. But the quarterly ...
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    3. Let's Build A Data Centre From Straw!

      Let's Build A Data Centre From Straw!
      Dell packs its devices in wheat straw. Thats certainly greener than using polystyrene or virgin wood pulp, But what else could we do with the material? How about a data centre built from straw? For small items, the amount of energy and materials consumed in the packaging can be significant, even compared to the device itself. So its good to see Dell packing and shipping its tablets and laptops in ...
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    4. Dell builds boxes from straw - what about data centers? by Peter Judge

      Dell builds boxes from straw - what about data centers? by Peter Judge
      Dell is now packing its smaller devices in wheat straw. That might seem irrelevant to data centers - but other people are working on making whole buildings that way. Its worth remembering that Green IT extends beyond the hardware to the boxes it comes in. Its more concern for smaller devices and consumer products, where packing and transportation can account for a major part of the environmental impact of the device.
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    5. Biomass power will fuel Scotland's largest data center by Peter Judge

      Biomass power will fuel Scotland's largest data center by Peter Judge
      Use locally generated power, and use more renewables - and your data center will be attractive to users, more reliable and have a lower carbon footprint. Ive heard that often - but this week, I got news of what could well be Britains first all-renewable data center using local power. Of course, its in Scotland, so it will only be in Britain if the referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom ...
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    6. Two-phase cooling bubbles to the surface by Peter Judge

      Two-phase cooling bubbles to the surface  by Peter Judge
      Lets take it as read that liquid cooling is better than air cooling. But can you afford it, and is it mature enough yet? Liquid cooling definitely wins on the energy budget. Liquid conducts away heat better, and a well designed system doesnt need much pumping, compared with the amount of energy required to drive fans and air-conditioning systems to remove heat.
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    7. There is no magic metric for data center efficiency by Peter Judge

      There is no magic metric for data center efficiency by Peter Judge
      Its good to see that Facebook has open-sourced its dashboards for data center efficiency, so anyone can show the public how well their data center is doing - but it is happening while the global industry is struggling to find better measurements than the ones Facebook is using. PUE (power usage effectiveness) and WUE (water usage effectiveness), as displayed in Facebooks dashboards, were developed by the Green Grid as simple measures ...
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    8. Electric Car Batteries Could Get A Second Life In Data Centers by Peter Judge

      Electric Car Batteries Could Get A Second Life In Data Centers by Peter Judge
      A European project which proposes to make urban data centers greener has a surprising component - second hand electric car batteries. The GreenDataNet consortium has 2.9 million from the European Commission and a wide brief - to develop technologies that will lighten the load of data centers on the grid, moving them to 80 percent renewable electricity, and tightening their efficiency from a PUE of 1.6-2.0 down to a ...
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  2. About Peter Judge

    Peter Judge

    Peter Judge is UK Editor of eWEEK Europe, the website for IT
    professionals that leads on sustainable technology.

    A long-time technology journalist, Peter has had senior editing
    positions at ZDNet UK, IDG's Techworld, and IT Week. He has
    contributed articles to mainstream media including the London Times
    and the Guardian, as well as designing conferences, writing books and
    producing reports. He has also been a telecoms analyst.

    Peter has two degrees, in Physics and Fine Art.