Inside IBM's Green Data Center Testbed

<img src="/sites/datacenterknowledge.com/files/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/exterior-corner.jpg" width="470" height="301" /> Our photo tour of the new IBM green data center at Syracuse University provides a detailed look at the technologies and equipment powering the facility, which generates its own power and reuses waste heat from the data center in nearby buildings.

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Which energy efficiency technologies work together to produce the best combined savings? IBM and Syracuse University will gather data on this question in an innovative new facility that combines on-site power distribution using microturbines, absorption chillers, the reuse of waste heat in nearby buildings, DC power distribution, and rear-door liquid cooling for each cabinet. Check out our a photo tour providing a detailed look at the technologies and equipment powering the Syracuse facility.

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