A Google data center uses just half the energy of a typical data center, and its efficiency report for the first quarter of 2012 points to an even greener future. The company's impressive statistics are achieved through simple energy saving methods including efficient temperature management, reductions in residual energy loss and actually constructing its own sites. With the use of cloud computing services becoming more and more prevalent, the data center industry is set to boom, and other companies could stand to learn a thing or two. .. Continue Reading How green is Google?
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