HCL Unveils Green Datacenter Services
HCL Technologies Ltd., an IT services company, today announced that it will be unveiling its green datacenter services featuring Datacenter Green Quotient Assessment Framework. The company states that the launch will take place during Computerworld's Green IT Symposium on September 17-18, 2008.
The company explains that its green datacenter services will help enterprise IT organizations reduce their companies environmental impact through assessing, planning, and implementing green initiatives around their DC environment. It says that a highlight of this offering is its green datacenter assessment framework, which helps enterprises find out the environment friendly status of their datacenters.
Commenting on this theme, Anubhav Saxena, Associate Vice President, Business Development and Customer Advocacy, HCLT ISD said, "Datacenter is the heart and headquarter of all IT activity and hence from the perspective of sustainable IT, achieving energy efficiencies within the data centre is key to a successful green IT policy. We at HCL recognize this enterprise imperative and have therefore built a unique suite of services which offer 360 degree solutions for Data center greening and seek to provide cost savings to the tune of 20-30% in DC operations. We are privileged to have given the opportunity to display our capabilities at an esteemed event such as this."
"At HCL, we have helped many Fortune/Global 1000 organizations to walk the 'green' path. Our suite of Green Datacenter Services helps enterprise IT organizations reduce their companies' environmental impact by assessing, planning, and implementing initiatives around their datacenter environment. A key highlight of this service is our unique Datacenter Green Quotient framework that offers assessment of the 'green' state of an enterprise datacenter", added Swapan Johri, Sr. VP Emerging Services, HCLT ISD.
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