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Epsom and St Helier go virtual

2nd October 2008

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust is using virtualisation for its print servers and infrastructure management.

It also has plans to extend virtualisation to its web and application servers. The main reasons behind the move were to save space and power, to reduce the heat output in its server rooms and cut carbon emissions.

The trust ran a pilot to test the concept of running several virtual servers on a single physical computer and is now switching over to HP ProLiant BL465 c-Class blade servers to run its print servers and infrastructure management.

 

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