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During system platform expansion, growing server counts cause power consumption and heat generation growth. For customers concerned with such problems, SPARC Enterprise supports the development of more cost-efficient business infrastructure.
SPARC Enterprise conforms to Japan's "Energy Conservation Law" that stipulates highly efficient energy use for energy consuming products, achieving pre-determined energy savings targets.
* SPARC Enterprise M9000 isn’t included in the energy saving law in Japan.
Compact components, dense multi-core and multi-threads processors plus use of 2.5 inch SAS disk drives, mean SPARC Enterprise provides excellent space saving options.
Today's business development requires companies to deal with growing environmental concerns, by saving resources and complying with environmental standards. Matched to Fujitsu's own environmental standards, including power saving measures, reduced paper use and the prohibition of toxic materials, SPARC Enterprise, as global standard UNIX servers, further contribute to the alleviation of environmental pressures.
Fujitsu stipulates its own strict environmental standards for resources and energy savings. This includes designing products easy to recycle, strictly controlling chemical material use in products and providing environmental information to its customers.
All SPARC Enterprise manuals are provided in digital form (PDF/Web documents) ensuring a more efficient use of natural resources.
All models and related SPARC Enterprise products comply with the EU region's RoHS and its directions on prohibition and restriction of toxic materials in electronic products.
For details, refer to Fujitsu's environmental activities.