A step towards Efficient and Green Data Centers by Web Werks
October 12, 2015
Lesser Carbon Footprint, Higher Value impression

Web Werks, the leading global data center company recently unveiled its latest data center in Mumbai, which has been built by IBM per Tier IV norms. This latest facility of Web Werks has been designed to efficiently meet the growing demands for data center services in India and worldwide.

Voluminous increase in internet usage has accelerated the growth of data centers which has contributed to greenhouse gas emissions. So to combat the global warming, data center managers need to adopt alternative technologies. Cloud computing is one such green solutions which uses virtualization, efficient multi-tenancy and pay-per-use model for resource efficiency.

Web Werks is one among industry pioneers to step towards efficient and Green Data Centers through its wide range of cloud hosting platforms.

Thought Leaders at Web Werks commented- “Our customers are assured that their digital content is seamlessly delivered on any device, anywhere in the world. Worldwide customers have believed in us, and they continue to trust us for data center solutions. This enduring faith of our customers inspires us to deliver better value every time. They have driven us to come up with our own tier IV cloud-enabled data center.

According to a global environment activist network, about 2% of the global carbon emissions are caused by IT and ITes industry. And this is only going to increase and exploit the environment, if not controlled effectively.

Web Werks Management Team added- “To build and design this energy-efficient green data center, we partnered with industry leaders such as IBM, to incorporate the best breed of advanced and green technologies. The industry is going to witness a surge in data center demands soon, especially in developing Asia-Pacific nations as well as globally. Our data center with 0+petabytes cloud storage and huge server capacity will efficiently meet the global demands.

The data centers must resort to alternative power resources to avoid energy consumption and minimize carbon footprint.