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Fortune LEED San Jose Data Center

Posted in certification, city-san-jose, cooling-system, data-center, energy-efficiency, floor-space, fortune-data-centers, leed-certification, leed-gold, pue, raised-floor on November 6th, 2009 by FrankM – Comments Off

Fortune Data Centers achieves LEED Gold certification for its San Jose-based data center by deploying novel design strategies for the systems, including cooling. …

… “Fortune was awarded the certification for achievements including: Taking an innovative overhead-down rather than the traditional raised floor-up approach to cooling servers, which enables Fortune to save energy and significantly contributes to its Power Usage Effectiveness Rating (PUE) of 1.37 at full load, an energy-efficiency level far superior to the industry average data center PUE of 2.0; ” …

Via Earth Times: LEED Gold Certification for Data Center Facility

Data Center Demonstrates Green PUE Performance

Posted in electricity-consumption, energy-efficiency, enterprise, facility-design, floor-space, fortune-data-centers, metrics, pue, savings, success-story on April 29th, 2009 by FrankM – Comments Off

Fortune Data Centers initiates the operation of its new energy-efficient, green data center in Silicon Valley. This facility supports 7.86 Megawatts of IT critical load across two data rooms with 43,000 square feet of IT floor space. …

… “Fortune’s new facility, located at 2001 Fortune Drive in San Jose, delivers superior energy efficiency as measured by Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)-a standard developed by The Green Grid consortium. PUE is determined by dividing the total facility power by the IT equipment power-the lower the resulting ratio, the more efficient the data center. During independent testing through a Level 5 Commissioning Process, the data center achieved a PUE of 1.37 at full load, an energy-efficiency level far superior to the industry average data center PUE of 2.0, and better than the EPA’s 2011 target PUE of 1.45 for state-of-the-art enterprise-class data centers. The company estimates that moving IT load from a legacy data center to Fortune’s facility would result in reduced annual electrical consumption of 40 million Kilowatt-hours… ” …

Via Fortune: New Green Data Center