A data center’s carbon footprint is comprised of embodied and operational carbon emissions. Embodied carbon emissions are associated with construction and set up of a data center, while operational carbon emissions are associated with running the data center. Most of a data center’s carbon emissions are operational.
Join our webinar replay to learn how Intel’s best practices help global organizations improve rack density, optimize DC cooling temperatures, identify underutilized servers and much more—all in support of data center managers and IT operators in achieving and improving their sustainability and efficiency objectives.
Webinar Title: How to Reduce Data Center Power Costs and Comply with Sustainability Regulations
Original Date: November 16th, 2022
Dror Shenkar is a Solution Architect in Intel’s Data Center Management Software Group. Dror defines requirements for Intel® DCM product and helps datacenter customers with sustainability and energy efficiency initiatives
Assaf Yitzhak is a Business Development Manager in Intel’s Data Center Management Software Group. Assaf helps customers to pinpoint their DC energy challenges, explore solutions for energy / power, while driving carbon emissions reduction.