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LEED Gold Data Center Facility for Allstate Insurance

Posted in allstate-insurance, capacity, certification, facility-design, green-it-initiatives, green-it-strategy, leed-certification, leed-gold, power-efficiency, reduce-power-consumption, strategies on March 24th, 2010 by FrankM – Comments Off

Allstate Insurance achieves LEED Gold for its new data center in Rochelle, Illinois. The datacenter deploys efficient hardware, virtualization techniques, effective cooling systems, white roofing, natural lighting, and a native landscape design to achieve its sustainable facility design. …
LEED Gold datacenter design

… “The Allstate facility, which opened in 2009, is one of the few mission-critical data centers in America to receive the Gold designation from USGBC. It’s a key component of a larger strategy to reduce the number of Allstate data centers to two by the end of 2010 and to increase power efficiency and computing capacity. ” …

Via Allstate Insurance Company: LEED Building Certification

Allstate Green Data Center in Illinois

Posted in allstate-insurance, certification, energy-efficiency, environmental-social-governance, green-data-center, hosting, information-technology, leed-certification, leed-gold, state-illinois, sustainability, usgbc on June 1st, 2009 by FrankM – Comments Off

Allstate invests in a LEED Gold data center in Illinois. Energy efficient infrastructure and green construction techniques have been implemented. …

… “The 65,000-square-foot facility is a secure, world-class hosting center to support Allstate’s information technology needs – enhancing the customer experience. This new center is targeted to meet LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). ” …

Via Allstate Insurance: Eco-Friendly Data Center

Allstate Sustainability: “At Allstate, we have established policies and programs to reduce the direct impact of our operations on the environment and to promote the safety and health of our employees. “