Green Wombat has written a lot lately about the greening of the data center and efforts by companies like Sun Microsystems (JAVA), Google (GOOG), Intel (INTC), and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) to slash the power consumption of energy-hungry servers. But perhaps the ultimate eco-friendly server farm is a small 100 percent solar-powered data center in the Southern California desert called AISO.net. Green Wombat visited AISO co-founder and CTO Phil Nail recently for a story that appears in the final issue of Business 2.0 magazine and is now available online.
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Todd formerly was a senior editor at Fortune magazine, an assistant managing editor at Business 2.0 magazine and the business editor of the San Jose Mercury News.
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