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Chapter 4 of the e-book, Green Data Center, picks up where the other previous chapters left off in the plan for going green in the data center. This chapter takes a step back and looks at the project from a holistic point of view for creating a green and energy efficient data center. Explore green data center design best practices and get advice from our experts in this e-book. Access >>>
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