Airport operator reduces IT power use by around DKK 800,000 a year, supporting its target for cutting carbon emissions
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When a Danish airport company aimed to cut its carbon footprint, it became a corporate strategy. The IT team supported the initiative, but ran a power-hungry 330-server infrastructure in addition to more storage systems. At a loss, the director of IT asked their current server provider for help.

Deciding on a virtualized solution, the IT director and another staffer deployed a new data center, and the decrease in power consumption was quickly "dramatic."

Check out this brief white paper to learn how this airport company maximized green efficiency by leveraging the power of virtualization. Read on to see if your IT can get a little greener and see how this company has reduced carbon emissions by about 200 tons a year, saved around 75 % on future server investments and reduced admin time by 50%.

 

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