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Facts

By Dave Lindorff  |  Posted 07-01-2001 Print

Facts

  • The amount of power required to push a single byte of information across the World Wide Web is cut in half every 18 months, but the number of bytes traveling the Web is doubling every 12 months.
  • A data center uses as much electricity in one day as 12 typical houses use in a year.

Source: Edison Electric Institute



 

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