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Renewable Energy Startup Goes Lean and Green with Shorty

By: HP
HP

Cascade Grain Products, a new $113.4 million gallon ethanol plant in Clatskanie, Oregon, was in need of an IT infrastructure that matched its green business mission. The IT management team chose to equip the new plant with an expandable and energy-efficient server and storage infrastructure consisting of an all-in-one blade server and storage solution. Read this case study to learn how Cascade Grain Products achieved a planet- and bottom line-friendly six-figure cost avoidance on power, cooling and construction costs and $50,000 annual saving in onsite administration costs.

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Published:  Jul 08, 2009
Length:  4
Type:  White Paper
Tags : 
renewable energy, hp storage, cascade, it infrastructure, green, power, cooling, construction, administration costs, lean, startup, renewable, bladesystem c3000, energy efficient, scalability, hp integrated lights-out 2, ilo 2, servers, storage, green computing



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