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    2. The Blood of Our Electronics by Peter Judge

      The Blood of Our Electronics by Peter Judge
      Intels CEO Brian Krzanich had plenty of interesting things to say at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this month - but he had a big, and very welcome, surprise for the Green Tech community. His keynote included lots of technology aimed at the phones and embedded devices the CES audience was there to hear about, and nothing directly about data centers. But anyone keen to reduce the impact of tech on ...
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    3. Let's Drink to the success of liquid cooled supercomputers - by Peter Judge

      Let's Drink to the success of liquid cooled supercomputers - by Peter Judge
      In the busy period before Christmas, theGreen500list slipped past me. As we toast the New Year, it seems appropriate to raise a glass to the winners - since they are virtually all cooled by liquid. None of the liquid involved is remotely festive, of course. Its been many years since Alan Turing (pretty much seriously)suggested using ginin EDSAC, an early computer at Cambridge. Gin has a mixture of alcohol and ...
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    4. Hang on: What does all this efficiency mean? By Peter Judge

      Hang on:  What does all this efficiency mean?  By Peter Judge
      Data center experts are rightly focused on delivering more and more efficient IT services from better and better managed facilities, but is it really saving the planet? A statistic I heard at Londons Data Center Dynamics show makes me wonder. Youve all heard of Psys Gangnam Style video. Most of you will have forgotten it, along with its increasingly desperate spin-offs and parodies, and wisely ignored the efforts of Psy ...
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    5. 2013: A Year When Governments Changed Data Centers? By Peter Judge

      2013:  A Year When Governments Changed Data Centers?  By Peter Judge
      Heres something unexpected. Looking back over green data centers in 2013, the one theme that stands out, for me is government involvement. What? Am I serious? Governments dont understand data centers in the first place. And when it comes to global warming - the reason for greening those data centers - they have their heads firmly in the sand. And they are unlikely to move them from that position, because the boots ...
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    6. Liquid Cooling – The Gift That Keeps Giving

      Liquid Cooling – The Gift That Keeps Giving
      Liquid cooling is a good idea for data centres. We already knew it was environmentally better, and thermodynamically better but it seems its also got some other benefits that arent quite so obvious. Cooling a server with liquid is better than using air, because liquids are more dense, and blot up more heat. You have to blow air across the hot electronics to remove enough heat like running a fan ...
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    7. The new wave of modular by Peter Judge

      The new wave of modular by Peter Judge
      Modular data centers were causing lots of excitement five years back, and then things seemed to go quiet. Thats not true now. Modular is back - but its different. The first wave of modular data centers - from the likes of Sun Microsystems - were created by taking ISO-standard shipping containers (the kind you see on ships and hauled by articulated trucks), filling them with servers, adding cooling (inside or outside the box ...
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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.