Recognised for reducing its environmental footprint, FCO Services’ efficient data centre has won the prestigious European Code of Conduct Awards for Energy Efficiency in Data Centres from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (2016).
All nine Equinix's data centers in the UK and the Netherlands have achieved both ISO 14001(environmental management) and ISO 50001 (energy management) certifications from leading assurance provider, LRQA.
Capgemini created a model which will enable future data centres to be more sustainable, operate with significantly more efficiency, be located more flexibly, and make high-end data management services accessible to a wider range of organisations and enterprises.
Thanks to a strategy to work with staff and make adjustments to working practices, HM Land Registry’s Telford Office achieved savings with ICT equipment’s energy use through staff's monitors and how much of an impact seemingly small changes can have if we all make them.
Verne Global needed to extend its commitment to sustainability in the form of highly efficient equipment throughout its entire power system.With a groundbreaking Energy Saver System (ESS), 9390 and 93PM UPSs that can operate at 99 percent efficiency, Verne Global reduces power and cooling operati
EARLHAM Institute, aresearch institute renowned for its contribution to the analysis and data-sharing of the highly complex wheat genome that is critical to securing future global food supplies, will save up to 70% in energy costs (based on 14p to 4p KWH rate) and with no additional power for coo
BMW Group moves high performance computing applications (HPC) to Iceland to benefit from 100% renewable, affordable data centre power, reducing annual carbon emissions by 3,570 metric tons and cost of powering its HPC applications by as much as 82 percent.
Walhalla uses now uses Eaton’s Variable Module Management System (VMMS) and Energy Saver System (ESS) technologies, helping the company achieve greater efficiencies without compromising on data centre reliability (achieved 99 per cent efficiency).
Lexmark has implemented industry-leading post-consumer recycled plastics in its toner cartridges using a closed-loop recycling process and has set significant future targets to drive further environmental impact reduction on all its product lines. With Lexmark Cartridge Collection Programme, Lexmark has reclaimed a feed-stream of high-impact polystyrene plastic from empty toner cartridges. After returning this material to near-virgin quality, it is used to make housings and other components, minimising the resource extraction necessary to produce new toner cartridges.