DNS Made Easy is unveiling a company-wide initiative aimed at reducing their negative impact on the environment.
DNS Made Easy, the leading IP Anycast managed DNS service provider, today announced its going green initiative that will reduce the company’s total impact on the environment. DNS Made Easy is best known for being the only DNS provider with 100% uptime, but it’s their behind-the-scenes effort to improve the environment that is making headlines now. Since founding in 2002, energy-saving initiatives have always been a part of DNS Made Easy’s business process, but plans are being unveiled to combine these into a single unified green initiative that will be utilized to lower its impact on energy and the environment.
DNS Made Easy uses data centers all over the world, and it’s a well-known fact that these facilities consume significantly more power than traditional building construction. Under the new Green Initiative that DNS Made Easy is implementing, all new DNS Made Easy facilities utilize preferred 208 volt, 3-phase power systems. This power configuration is the most efficient in the data center’s power distribution network. It also requires fewer circuits per cage which means fewer power cables in the floor obstructing air flow, improving overall data center cooling. The option of optimal power choices and conservation technologies are a crucial part of DNS Made Easy’s data center selection process, and they work cooperatively with their data center providers to gain the most efficiency possible. One example is DNS Made Easy’s data center in Frankfurt, Germany, which is powered by Greenpeace power.