The desire to decrease energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions is prompting data centers to adopt energy-efficient systems, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan.

The growing popularity of data-intensive services such as colocation, Web hosting and the cloud has compelled data centers to improve their technologies and service quality, the firm says. One of the fallouts of the explosion of data is the requirement for more powerful and effective cooling systems.

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