After late financial filings got Super Micro Computer, Inc. de-listed from the Nasdaq stock exchange last year, the San Jose data storage and networking company said this week that it’s back up to date and hopes to be re-listed in the coming weeks.
A recent survey by Supermicro surveyed more than 5,000 IT professionals for its Data Centers and the Environment Report to help IT leaders to lessen their long-term impact on the environment. Those surveyed said that that the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and ROI are their primary measures of success.
The majority of data center providers are failing to take on board the importance of green initiatives as part of their data center infrastructure buildouts, leading to increasing data center costs and environmental impacts.
Supermicro released its second annual Data Centers and the Environment report based on an industry survey of over 5,000 IT professionals. Results once again show us the majority of data center leaders do not fully consider green initiatives for the growing build-out of data center infrastructures, increasing data center costs, and impacting the environment.
A new data center industry report reveals that there’s a long way to go before anyone can claim the sector is in any way “green.” By one standard, just 12 percent of the data centers the report’s authors surveyed are either markedly efficient, or sustainable or, yes, green.
Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI)has released its second annual Data Centres and the Environment report based on an industry survey of over 5,000 IT professionals. Results demonstrated again this year that the majority of data centre leaders do not fully consider green initiatives for the growing build-out of data centre infrastructures, increasing data centre costs, and impacting the environment.