That’s 80% less power than traditional x86 storage appliances
The amount of power consumed by data centers is enormous. Considering that as much as 40% of a data center’s total operational costs are directly tied to power and cooling, utilizing energy efficient appliances can reap big efficiencies and cost savings. But just how much can power consumption really be reduced? Silicon Valley-based SoftIron has taken energy efficiency to an entirely new level by designing HyperDrive™, a storage appliance that uses less than 100 watts — that’s an astounding 80% less power than a traditional x86 Intel® storage appliance. The result is massive savings on power and cooling costs, plus far greater reliability.
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