Inside IBM's Green Data Center Testbed

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.

Rich Miller

December 8, 2009

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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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