Fujitsu's green datacentre open

Fujitsu Services has opened a £44m green datacentre near London.

Fujitsu Services has opened a £44m green datacentre near London.

The green datacentre, originally announced last year, is located in a former warehouse on a brown field site.

Fujitsu said the centre is nearly twice as energy-efficient as previous datacentres it has opened.

The datacentre uses advanced cooling, heating and IT systems to tailor power consumption to processing and operational needs.

Fujitsu says it can save the equivalent power consumed by 6,000 homes every year.

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