A report by ZDNet Asia suggests that the Singapore administration made to order an evaluation of environment execution and energy utilization of data center in America.
Bespoke by the National Environment Agency, this evaluation is a collaborative project of HP and local ICT regulator. HP will be conducting the study while Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) would support it.
ZDNet report says that the evaluation will bring forth the energy utilization blueprints and running environments of data center, appraise presently green data center metrics and detect parts of consistency.
According to HP, their professionals will show the progress of benchmarking to enhance data center power competence.
The commissioning of this study is a step by Singapore government to increase power effectiveness.
Last year in March, IDA declared the Green Data Center Standard. According to IDA, they are planning to work with businesses to “examine the potential for using Singapore as a living lab to demonstrate the technical and financial feasibility of next generation green-enabling ICT technologies which promise to boost efficiency, cut costs and lower emissions.”
The IT Standards Committee is presently looking into the progress of Green Data Center.
IBM Asia Pacific Cloud Computing Data Center in Singapore has been publicized on March 7, 2011.