Discussion to explore server waste in data centers and its business implications
Vancouver, Canada – July 28, 2015 – TSO Logic, a global company that develops IT efficiency software for data centers, announced its CEO Aaron Rallo will be participating in a speaking panel at the upcoming Data Center Dynamics Internet Conference, held July 30th … Read More »
By Computerworld, Patrick Thibodeau
Fully 30% of physical servers are using energy while doing nothing. What’s remarkable is that that percentage hasn’t changed since 2008, when a separate study showed the same thing. Full article here.
Vancouver, Canada – June 11, 2015 – TSO Logic, a global company that develops energy efficiency software for data centers, will be speaking at two sessions during the Data Center and Computing Conference on June 15 and 16 in New York City. The conference, presented by Mission Critical Magazine and the Critical Facilities Roundtable, is … Read More »
Study: 30 Percent of Servers Are ‘Comatose’. Those systems are using energy but doing almost no work.
By Virtualization Review, Keith Ward
One of the fundamental promises of virtualization — maybe the fundamental promise — is greater server efficiency through the pooling of resources. Instead of having servers taking up valuable rack space and energy to run a single app or OS, only to be barely used, virtualization allows multiple apps and OSes on a … Read More »
Discussion to Explore Best Practices for Improving Data Center Efficiencies
Vancouver, Canada – June 5, 2015 – TSO Logic, a global company that develops IT efficiency software for data centers, announced today its CEO Aaron Rallo will be participating in a speaking panel at the upcoming 7×24 Exchange Spring Conference held June 7th to 10th at … Read More »
By Tech Republic, Michael Kassner
Building oversize server pools to cope with peak demands along with racked and powered comatose servers are bad for the bottom line and the environment. What’s the solution? Read full article.
By Computer Business Review, Joao Lima
Enterprises told new IT infrastructure models are needed to obtain further business value. Data centres worldwide have ten million unused servers, which could be hiding potential revenue of $30 billion. Read full article.
By Silicon Angle, Mike Wheatley
A new report released this week has made the startling find that more than 10 million physical servers deployed in data centers around the world are sitting idle, not being used.The discovery was made by researchers from the IT consulting firm Anthesis Group, Stanford University and TSO Logic, a … Read More »
By VM Blog, David Marshall
TSO Logic, a global developer of IT efficiency software for data centers, today shared findings from a server utilization study recently conducted by the Anthesis Group and Dr. Jonathan Koomey, Research Fellow at Stanford University. Based on anonymized data from TSO Logic, the findings revealed that 30 percent of the physical production … Read More »
Working in partnership with Stanford University and TSO Logic, a provider of data center analytics tools, IT consulting firm Anthesis Group released a report this week that suggests there are 10 million physical servers deployed inside data centers around the world that are currently not actually being … Read More »