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Bringing in blades and tidying cables
IBM has unveiled a data centre which it claims uses up to 15 per cent less power than a traditional data centre.
The modular data centre can be designed in eight to 12 weeks with 210 blade servers sitting in each rack.
John Moseley, IBM's UK site and facilities business manager, said the steel infrastructure of the data centre comes in "flat pack boxes" and can be put up anywhere.
Pictured is IBM's demo data centre, housed in its Southbank offices in London. The glass panelling allows potential buyers to get a full view of the set-up.
Photo credit: Gemma Simpson