Data centres are a key part of the ICT chain. The energy consumed by them in 2010 accounted for between 1.1% and 1.5% of the total electricity consumed worldwide [1], making of data centre energy management an important challenge for researchers. With the recent adoption of renewable energies to power data centres [2], the research community enlarges its vision to associate with purely quantitative energy consumption reduction, the notion of quality of the energy consumed, ie the capacity to rely as much as possible on …

DC4Cities: Better usage of the renewable energies in data centres

Dupont, Corentin;
2015

Abstract

Data centres are a key part of the ICT chain. The energy consumed by them in 2010 accounted for between 1.1% and 1.5% of the total electricity consumed worldwide [1], making of data centre energy management an important challenge for researchers. With the recent adoption of renewable energies to power data centres [2], the research community enlarges its vision to associate with purely quantitative energy consumption reduction, the notion of quality of the energy consumed, ie the capacity to rely as much as possible on …
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