HP unveils 'zero-energy' datacentre

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Company says organisations could cut datacentre costs by 80 per cent by using renewables and demand management techniques

HP has unveiled plans for datacentres free from grid electricity that can cut organisations' costs by up to 80 per cent. The Net-Zero Energy Data Center architecture, published by HP's research arm...

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