Why IBM obsesses over energy efficiency

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 Heat exchanger installed in Boulder, Colorado, to increase IBM's ability to use the temperature of the outside air to cool the data centre / CREDIT: IBM
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Heat exchanger installed in Boulder, Colorado, to increase IBM's ability to use the temperature of the outside air to cool the data centre / CREDIT: IBM

Plus, perspective on why the cloud software giant doesn't use unbundled renewable energy certificates

If you think your organisation has done all it can to cut back its power consumption, think again. IBM has had a formal energy conservation program in place for almost 45 years, and it's still finding...

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