What Does a Real Green Data Center Look Like?

Data center shines with top-down green design and gets money for it

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ATLANTA, February 25, 2009 — Companies looking for a green data center model should take a look at the new facility Internap built in Somerville, Mass., just outside Boston, which is so environmentally efficient the local power company wrote it a rebate check for $453,000.

A renovated warehouse building that most recently housed a 5,000-member church, the collocation facility is optimized to economically meet demands for cooling, humidity and power consumption that are common to all data centers.

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