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Use green data storage technologies to gain power efficiency
by Dell, Inc.

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Published on: August 24, 2012
Type of content: PODCAST
Format: Unknown
Price: FREE


Remember "green?" What happened to it?

Green storage was a huge initiative years ago, but efforts seem to have dissipated - and no one seems to care. Recently, though, "green" seems to have manifested once more, but in a more practical context: Storage energy efficiency.

In this super-short podcast, Jon Toigo, CEO and managing principal of Toigo Partners International, explains why green storage is a great avenue for today's storage power issues. Take two-and-a-half minutes to check it out now and see why green storage is a topic you may want to start following.

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