Whitelabel ITSolutions maintains the goal to leave as minimal of an eco-footprint as possible, while continuously making our data center as “green friendly” as possible through green computing.
What is the meaning of green computing?
Green computing is the environmentally responsible and eco-friendly use of computers and their resources. In broader terms, it is also defined as the study of designing, manufacturing/engineering, using and disposing of computing devices in a way that reduces their environmental impact.
What does green computing mean for Whitelabel ITSolutions?
Whitelabel ITSolutions is able to be eco-friendly by our companies’ use of premium energy efficient ENERGY STAR servers (Dell, HP) that consume considerably less power than regular models, joining a list of data centers that are able to offer clients “greener” product options.
How green computing conserves power.
ENERGY STAR server consumed 54% less power than older model servers. Servers that earn the ENERGY STAR will, on average, be about 30% more energy-efficient than standard servers. In addition to using less energy themselves, ENERGY STAR-qualified servers substantially reduce cooling loads in data centers. A general rule of thumb suggests that one watt saved by a server has the added benefit of saving one to two watts of cooling power. It’s important to note that these power savings come with a substantial increase in performance—at 50% utilization,
This all helps to reduce costs and improve efficiencies for our Whitelabel ITSolutions green data center customers. As we continue to research green data center designs, innovations, newer technology we are able to learn more about the best and most efficient use of power utilization and cooling methods to yield lower energy consumption. It all begins with awareness and everyone’s willingness to lend a hand.