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Energy-efficient data center technologies deployed worldwide could be equivalent to one tree’s carbon-sequestering capacity for every person on Earth
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Considerations for Running a Green Data Center

Over 7 billion trees that would have to be planted to offset the carbon emitted by inefficient data centers can now be used to sequester carbon from other sources. Worldwide, data centers are becoming larger, more efficient but consume more power than ever before. There are several opportunities for data center operators to reduce the environment's impact while maintaining agreed-upon service levels.

The third annual Supermicro Data Centers & The Environment report looks at how data center operators are currently planning to increase efficiency and reduce E-waste. Geographically, there are some differences in how operators are attacking this worldwide challenge.

Some of the survey highlights include:

  • Over half of the respondents are considering upgrading to more efficient servers.
  • Many more respondents are aware of their data center PUE as compared to the 2019 survey.
  • Larger organizations worldwide are following accepted E-waste practices more closely than smaller organizations.

Download the report to learn how Supermicro works with data center operators to supply greener infrastructure components, resulting in less damage to the environment.

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“Supermicro has become an industry leader in responsible IT by helping our customers optimize their data center power utilization to preserve our environment while saving on operating expenses. Supermicro’s resource-saving solutions enable enterprise, HPC, cloud and service providers, and ‘IT Innovators,’ to deploy their workloads while reducing their Total Cost to the Environment (TCE). Worldwide deployment of these technologies would be equivalent to planting one tree for every person on earth. We encourage you to read our report and take action to reduce your expenses.”

Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro

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