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Nigel Stevens discusses carbon neutral data centres  at the ODI

This week, Infinity’s CMO, Nigel Stevens, spoke at the Open Data Institute (ODI) in London.  The ODI, co-founded by Tim Berners-Lee, was a fantastic venue for an evening of talks hosted by Cleanweb entitled “Clean Clouds”.  Francine Bennett from Mastodon C and Andy Piper from VMware also spoke at the event.

Cleanweb are a growing organisation working to create a greener world by influencing businesses, governments and citizens.  They host monthly meetings in London to discuss how technology can evolve to become more environmentally-friendly and drive global change.  Infinity was delighted to be invited to speak at one of their events. During the talk, Nigel offered his honest opinion about the roadblocks, such as server hugging and fixed mindsets, that prevent large corporations from adopting greener data centres despite the additional cost savings these can offer.

As a means of highlighting the issues, Nigel discussed Infinity Martlesham, planned to be the UK’s first carbon-free computing environment.  Its award-winning design features an anaerobic digestor fed by locally produced crops.

Infinity is committed to producing highly efficient data centres and shares Cleanweb’s passion to develop a clean cloud.