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Why waste energy on your own data center?

One of the biggest variable costs for large tech companies today is energy. The effect of energy costs is increasingly significant as the size of the company increases. In the world of IT hardware, nothing consumes more energy than a data center. The data center handles exceptionally large amounts of data in storage and transfer. This makes it one of the biggest cost centers as far as energy costs are concerned. Data centers have gained more importance than ever before since the advent of private clouds. So how does one mitigate the energy costs of owning a data center? Simple… Don’t waste energy on your own data center. It is smarter to have shared data centers or better yet, let cloud providers utilize massive data centers that you can utilize on a requirement basis!

Data centers account for close to 1.5% of electricity consumption in the United States. Increasing energy efficiency in this field is rapidly gaining importance. Since before the dotcom era, enterprises have been building their own data centers of various capacities and today these outdated data centers have outlived their usefulness and they are burdening their enterprises with huge energy costs. Instead of continuing to upgrade these private data centers, it is more prudent for enterprises to shift to cloud providers who use modern data centers that are 30% more efficient than even data centers built five years ago. These modern data centers are massive and they have their own dedicated substations. They eliminate PDUs and have backup power generators with high efficiency UPS units.

These modern data centers have specialized cooling systems that utilize maximum energy efficient cooling solutions too. It makes perfect sense to utilize these advantages rather that wasting energy on your own data center. Taking the help of a reliable cloud partner like SADA, you can easily adopt a more eco-friendly approach to data centers!

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