H3C, the digital solutions provider has presented the importance of smart green technology and artificial intelligence (AI) in the digitalisation process of enterprises with the aims to prepare enterprises for modern demands in the modern digital economy, at the 2022 China Smart Industry Trade Exhibition and Forum.
As part of its smart green technology initiatives, H3C is building modular data centers, improving software-defined infrastructure (SDI), and strengthening intelligent management, operation and maintenance, among other measures, to reduce the power usage effectiveness (PUE) value of cloud data centers, making them greener and more energy efficient, thus contributing to safeguarding a better living environment.
With the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet-of-Things (IoT), cloud computing, 5G and other cutting-edge technologies, digitalization is accelerating the evolution of enterprises’ methods of operation – digital solutions that integrate technological innovation, scene applications and ecology cooperation can better energize the digital economy and create a promising and lively digital future.
Modular data centers can equip each transformation module with independent power distribution and refrigeration units, simplify and speed up the construction of data centers, and achieve flexible expansion. As a result, these data centers allow businesses to improve efficiency, save more room, expand flexibly, and cut investment in server rooms and operating costs; making management more efficient and operation and maintenance less expensive.
One of the keys to building green data centers is by providing more efficient computing power and data management capabilities at lower costs and lower energy consumption. This can be achieved by transforming architectures related to computing and storage using a Software-Defined Networking (SDN) solution such as Application-Driven Networking (AD-
As part of AD-NET, Application-Driven Data Center (AD-DC) allows for standalone deployment and out-of-box experience, which helps with the rapid deployment of businesses’ data centers. In addition to adhering to the concepts of cloud and AI-native architecture, and open ecosystem, AD-DC is a great consideration for green and low-carbon development in a data center application scenarios.
Furthermore, green technology like the 400G switch, continues to adopt the classical orthogonal CLOS architecture without central modules, can help in improving the heat dissipation efficiency of the whole data machine while cutting down energy consumption. The most amazing fact is that its single port power consumption is only 20W.
By building and adapting self-healing networks with smart technologies, businesses in Malaysia will be able to realize autonomous optimization, energy conservation and consumption reduction, and self-governance and self-healing when it comes to data management and storage; among other things. It might take a few years for Malaysia to drastically reduce its C02 emission, but with greener technologies being adapted by more businesses in the country, it is possible that we can see positive outcomes in no time.
At the opening ceremony of the 2022 China Smart Industry Trade Exhibition and Forum, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah spoke highly of the economic ties with China and encouraged the sharing of cutting-edge technologies between the two countries and expressed his gratitude to China for its contribution to Malaysia’s economic development.
“Through many economic collaborations between Malaysia and China, H3C is here in Malaysia to help enterprises digitalize. Through the 2022 China Smart Industry Trade Exhibition and Forum, it will open doors to many enterprises. H3C hopes to provide a comprehensive one-stop digital platform that includes cloud computing, big data, AI, industrial internet, information security, intelligent connectivity, new safety, and edge computing, as well as end-to-end technical services,” Rockies Ma, General Manager for Business Development, International Sales and Marketing at H3C remarked.