With eBay’s Project Mercury data center in Arizona, the Internet giant set out to build a highly energy-efficient data center that utilizes year-round free hot-water cooling. In his keynote from Uptime Institute Symposium 2012, eBay’s Dean Nelson explains how his company achieved a lower PUE and cut its capex and opex in half with a holistic approach to building its new facility.
Keynote highlight, eBay’s Modular Data Center Deployment: Breaking New Ground on Efficiency
Dean Nelson, Vice President of Global Foundation Services, eBay
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Publisher: Uptime Institute
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