Datacenters need to get over their hot air

Telus, a large Canadian telcom company has developed a new datacenter to be built in western Canada. The company claims the new facility, which carries a price tag of $75 million, will use 80% less electricity and 86% water than a comparable datacenter. Along similar lines, the peak power utiliza...

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