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Green Computing through Server Consolidation

Green Computing through Server Consolidation

Sustainability Challenge

Industry analysts estimate that by 2012, data centers in the United States will spend the same amount on paper consumption and cooling as they do on the hardware and software infrastructure of their enterprises. This analysis calls for global organizations to introduce processes that conserve energy, reduce emissions and keep operational costs under control. At HCLT, we achieve these goals through introducing and implementing processes that result in power and cooling costs. This is achieved through server consolidation based on virtualization best practices and server decommissions.
 

Our Solution and Differentiator

HCLT teams worked in collaboration to design and build an Enterprise Framework that provided not only a scalable infrastructure model for future capacity growth, but also resulted in decommissioning of servers and other peripheral equipments. 
 
Some of the initiatives that contributed to the power/cooling cost savings are listed below:
  • Decommissioning of over 250 Servers
  • NAS Refresh
  • SAN Refresh
  • E15K Rack Decommissions
 

Business Benefits

These initiatives have substantially reduced the carbon footprint in addition to helping save significant power/cooling costs. HCLT and its partners are working on making these initiatives long-term and sustainable. As a result of this solution, our customer realized a cost savings of more than $10 million. 

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