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Can Your Data Center Environment Pursue LEED Certification?

Whether you can pursue LEED certification is fairly obvious, because of course you can. The more important question however, is whether you should for your data center environment. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design creates value such as:

  • Public relations
  • Incentive for investment for those who prioritize environmental responsibility
  • Marketplace differentiation
  • Energy efficiency
  • Employee well-being and morale
  • Potential long-term financial savings
  • Carbon footprint reduction

Though all of these factors can put a smile on your face, a bulge in bank accounts and a cleaner environment, consider the following quote from IBM Technology Group Engineer Joe Prisco in a TechTarget interview:

"We see data centers as being more energy-intensive per square foot, so where [LEED] seems to fall short is taking into account the energy-intensive nature of the data center."

The latest proposed LEED v4 standard takes the unique nature of data centers into consideration.

How Data Center World Prices Compare to Other Conferences

You have been searching for information about pricing on Data Center World sponsorship, tickets, or for securing booth space. Sure, you could get to the Data Center World website, and scour the pages, but hey, you’re here now. 

Top 3 Colorado Data Center Problems That Could Impact Your Business

In many ways, Colorado is an ideal place to locate a data center. The natural protection of the mountains, and a new data center tax incentive program has just passed through government approvals.

Which Florida Colocation Companies Are Attracting Capital?

Florida is a recognized hotbed for data centers. Cities with especially attractive ecosystems for data center investment include:

Is the Wholesale Data Center Near You Offering the Best Connectivity?

If your business has high bandwidth, storage, and power requirements or need highly secure, modular services, wholesale data center services are likely your best option.

Are Cincinnati Data Centers Facing Increased Competition?

Leading Cincinnati data center players including Equinix, CyrusOne, and CenturyLink are facing some increasing competition from their neighbors to the northeast in Columbus and to the northwest in Indianapolis.

Are Phoenix Data Centers Addressing Climate Change?

Data centers which make the best of their surrounding environments for power, security and defense against natural disaster are usually the most sustainable.

Which South Dakota Data Center Seems Best Positioned for Growth?

In 2012, ITworld voted Sioux Falls, South Dakota as the best American city for data centers.

Can Indiana Data Centers Get Funding for Expansion?

There has been much written about data center funding and tax incentive plans which are available in states such as Minnesota, Colorado, and Montana. 

How Midwest Data Centers Expand to Meet Tenant Demands

When most people think of data centers, you usually think of a large, rigid building, strong enough to withstand: