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Microsoft Hyper-V to help Ireland reduce CO2

O’Brien told that the Windows Server 2008 is 10pc more efficient than the 2003 version of Windows Server.

“We’ve seen customers virtualise 16 machines down to one machine – there is opportunity there to ensure massive consolidation and make savings in terms of cooling and more efficient servers.”

He said while 5pc of servers in the Irish market are currently virtualised, some 60pc of Microsoft’s customers currently have a virtualisation evaluation project under way.

“This is a hot area right now and offers a lot to business’ bottom line and capability.”

Early adopters of the new Windows Server 2008 software include Ryanair, UTV, Hosting 365, Netforce, Merill lynch, University College Cork and Nissan Ireland.

Nissan Ireland is implementing the software to help reduce energy costs.

“Virtualisation with Hyper-V will allow us to reduce power consumption, build an R&D environment and will form a core part of our business recovery plan,” commented Rory Donnelly, CIO, Nissan Ireland.



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