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Green Data Center Calculator - Comatose

250 KB | 3 files |  DOC, XLS, ODF

If a server is no longer doing useful work, then there no reason to keep powering it. This calculator will help you evaluate potential cost savings fro shutting down "comatose" servers in your data center.

Many IT managers are under pressure to "green" their data centers and help reduce their company's carbon footprint. In practical terms, this means reducing energy consumption. The attached Green Data Center calculator gives you a quick approximation of the results you can expect from decommissioning "comatose" servers -- tracking down and turning off servers no longer performing useful work.

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • DesktopPCs-2.0-eco.xls
  • DesktopPCs-2.0-eco.ods
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