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Federal Data Center Consolidation: By The Numbers

Go inside the federal government's data center consolidation initiative, which aims to save $5 billion. See who's closing the most data centers, where, and how else the picture is changing.
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Data center consolidation will result in a reduction in electricity consumption of an estimated 12 billion kWh. That's as much electricity as is generated annually by a small nuclear power plant.

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