Data Centers

Data centers in the 21st Century

Easy Street data center

theEasyStreet, an IaaS provider, offsets all resources it consumes, resulting in zero carbon footprint operations in its Beaverton, OR data centers and offices. EasyStreet’s newest data center represents nearly four years’ research and design equity to build the most energy-efficient colocation facility in the region. Energy-saving technologies such as Indirect Evaporative Cooling and chimney cabinets reduce costs as well as carbon emissions while directing more power to customer cabinets.

Photo Credit: EasyStreet

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7 comments
jsargent
jsargent

Trust the Italians to make a data center that looks so good.

solana
solana

Very impressive, would love to see similar infrastructure in cloud computing~!

Casual Larry
Casual Larry

I loved Equinix's customer cages. Wish we had cages like that for our problem customers!

phill.erasmus
phill.erasmus

None of the impressive Google data centers featured here?

techrepublic
techrepublic

I'm surprised you didn't include this one. http://www.benaroya.com/SHBTC-NorthBuilding.aspx Cost-Efficient, Green Design Cost savings of 35% or more in energy and maintenance costs due to green design LEED Gold certified; Cooling 1.32 average PUE Highly efficient and cost-saving evaporative cooling system utilizing 100% outside air LEED Designed LEED Gold Certified Efficiently designed to take advantage of the Pacific Northwest’s mild climate

marcusbasanta
marcusbasanta

Sorry, but thus piece is a bit too jargony - what is an IEC?

dogknees
dogknees

... immediately before it's first used. Indirect Evaporative Cooling.