Data centers are among the largest consumers of energy worldwide, and that the demand for energy-efficient and environmentally friendly data center solutions is growing. That’s why we offer Intelligent and Green Solutions for data centers that are designed to address the industry’s concerns about energy efficiency and sustainability.
What is Green Technology?
Green Technology is a term used to describe technology that is developed and used in an environmentally friendly way. In the context of data centers, green technology refers to the use of energy-efficient and sustainable technologies to minimize the environmental impact of data center operations. Green Technology involves a holistic approach to data center design and build, with a focus on reducing energy consumption, minimizing waste, and using renewable energy sources. There are a range of energy-efficient technologies and practices, including:
Data center operators can apply sustainable design principles to minimize the environmental impact of data center construction. This includes the use of recycled materials, energy-efficient lighting, and water-saving features.
Data center operators can incorporate renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power, to reduce reliance on non-renewable energy sources.
Data center operators can use Intelligent Cooling Optimization Systems to dynamically adjust cooling settings based on real-time data, reducing energy consumption, and minimizing waste.
Data center operators can use immersion cooling, which involves submerging servers in a non-conductive fluid, to improve energy efficiency and reduce cooling costs.
How does Newtech apply Green Technology to data center design and build?
At Newtech, we apply Green Technology to data center design and build to achieve a lower Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), which is a measure of energy efficiency in data centers. We also offer a range of Intelligent and Green Solutions for data centers that are designed to maximize energy efficiency and sustainability.
In addition to these Green Technology practices, we also have related certifications, such as ISO 14001 and LEED certification, which demonstrate our commitment to environmental sustainability.
ISO 14001 is an international standard for environmental management systems (EMS). It provides a framework for organizations to develop and implement a systematic approach to environmental management, with the goal of reducing their impact on the environment. To achieve ISO 14001 certification, organizations must demonstrate compliance with the standard’s requirements, including the development of an environmental policy, the identification of environmental impacts, and the establishment of objectives and targets to improve environmental performance.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification is a rating system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council to evaluate the environmental performance of buildings and encourage sustainable design. LEED certification is based on a point system, with buildings earning points for various sustainable features, such as energy efficiency, water conservation, and use of renewable energy sources. Buildings that earn a certain number of points are awarded LEED certification at one of four levels: Certified, Silver, Gold, or Platinum.
What Intelligent and Green Solutions does Newtech offer for data centers?
At Newtech, we are committed to delivering Intelligent and Green Solutions for data centers that help our clients achieve their energy efficiency and sustainability goals. Our solutions include iNAV DCIM, immersion cooling, and intelligent colling optimization system.
Our iNAV Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution provides real-time monitoring and management of data center infrastructure, allowing for greater energy efficiency and improved sustainability.
Our immersion cooling solution uses a non-conductive fluid to cool servers, reducing energy consumption and minimizing waste.
Our Intelligent Cooling Optimization System adjusts cooling settings based on real-time data, reducing energy consumption, and minimizing waste.