Extending the Life of an Existing data center: IBM Lexington Case Studyby IBM
Published on: 11/16/2010
Data centers are at a tipping point. They are getting old – the average age of data centers in the United States is 12 years and they are struggling to keep pace with new technologies. But with data centers having an expected life of 20 years or more, there is still an opportunity to extend the life of existing data centers as they reach their capacity and capability limits. Learn the lessons of IBM’s Lexington data center that are now being leveraged across the top 60 global data centers at IBM, to help maximize cost savings.
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