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Thursday, 23 August 2007 10:50

Teradata goes green with new server

Written by David Stellmack

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New server uses 75% less electricity


Teradata has
developed a new server that saves up to 75% electricity over Teradata servers developed just several years ago. The Teradata 5500 server is said to also be able to co-exist with other generations of Teradata servers, great news for companies who already have earlier server versions.

Besides saving power, the 5500 Teradata server only requires 60% of the floor space required by earlier server versions, which also translates into significantly reduced cooling expenses and other energy costs. Teradata is a division of NCR Corporation.

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