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NetApp Joins the Green Grid Consortium

  • 25 July, 2007 13:21

<p>NetApp Committed to Driving Leading-Edge Data Management Technique to Reduce Power Consumption in Data Centres</p>
<p>SYDNEY, Australia – 24 July 2007 -- Network Appliance, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP), a leading provider of storage and data management solutions, today announced the company has joined The Green Grid, a non-profit, technology-driven consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centres and business computing ecosystems.</p>
<p>The Green Grid is chartered to develop meaningful, platform-neutral standards, measuring methods, processes, and new technologies. Membership in The Green Grid is open to IT industry professionals, particularly data centre managers and IT operations executives, with an interest in addressing global energy consumption issues.</p>
<p>As power, space, and, cooling requirements continue to grow in data centres around the world, NetApp is committed to helping customers deploy leading-edge data management techniques to reduce power consumption. “Our customers are seeing explosive data growth and they are broadening the focus of their long-term data centre power reduction efforts to include storage and data management practices,” said Chris Bennett, vice president of Core Systems at NetApp. "While we can't eliminate the unending thirst for data, NetApp is helping customers buy and use less storage to drive down their data centre’s carbon footprint one byte at a time. Our membership in The Green Grid demonstrates our continued commitment to advancing greater energy efficiency in data centres.”</p>
<p>The NetApp approach to halting power growth is to provide solutions that reduce raw storage and enable customers to do more with the storage systems already in their IT environments. Today, customers can take advantage of NetApp technology to subtract machines and disks, reduce the overall data centre footprint, and maximise storage utilisation. This approach not only helps IT organisations achieve greater power efficiency but also lowers infrastructure complexity and costs while enabling customers to better respond to new business demands.</p>
<p>As a member of The Green Grid, NetApp will continue to innovate and contribute best practices for reducing energy consumption in the data centre. Alongside other members such as Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, NetApp aims to reduce the amount of space, power, and cooling needed in data centres.</p>
<p>Please visit www.netapp.com/company/power-conservation/index.html for more information about NetApp technology solutions and the company’s approach to addressing power consumption, including the NetApp white paper, “Reducing Data Centre Power Consumption through Efficient Storage,” and a podcast with Chris Bennett, vice president, Core Systems, NetApp.</p>
<p>About Network Appliance</p>
<p>Network Appliance is a leading provider of innovative data management solutions that simplify the complexities of storing, managing, protecting, and retaining enterprise data. Market leaders around the world choose NetApp to help them reduce cost, minimise risk, and adapt to change. For solutions that deliver unmatched simplicity and value, visit us on the Web at www.netapp.com .</p>
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<p>NetApp is a registered trademark and Network Appliance is a trademark of Network Appliance, Inc. in the U. S. and other countries. All other brands or products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such.</p>
<p>Press Contact:</p>
<p>Mark Heers
Director Marketing and Alliance
Network Appliance
+61 2 9779 5623
mheers@netapp.com</p>
<p>Laura Skelley
Max Australia
+61 2 9954 3492
Laura.Skelley@maxaustralia.com.au</p>

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