Fujitsu Claims Server Has ‘World-Leading Carbon Footprint’
Fujitsu Siemens Computers says it has launched the smallest and quietest server with the lowest carbon footprint currently available, PCWorld reports.
FSC suggests that the Tower Server PRIMERGY TX120 is suited to office workspaces, along with distributed and SOHO applications such as retail in-store, back office servers and small office application servers.
According to FSC, the server has the lowest energy use, consuming 40 percent less energy than conventional tower servers. Specifically, FSC claims power consumption of 143W with the Xeon option – less when fitted with a Celeron CPU. The company therefore claims a “world-leading carbon footprint” along with lower environmental impact, and power consumption and financial savings, according to PCWorld.
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