Pulsant, a leading provider of Cloud, colocation and managed hosting to businesses in the UK, has been voted “I.T. Operator of the Year” at this year’s Green I.T. awards, hosted by Green I.T. Magazine.
CTO Matt Lovell and team joined 140 guests at the awards ceremony held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden, London. The finalists for the hotly contested category were selected based on criteria including ethical management practices, commercial impact and decisiveness, and the winner was decided by a public vote open to readers of the magazine.
Commenting on the win, Matt Lovell said: “It is particularly gratifying to receive this honour because it demonstrates the regard in which Pulsant is held by its peers and by its customers. On a personal level, I am an elective member of the Green Grid Council, and we are committed to promoting the sustainable working practices within our power-hungry sector. I am proud that company which I work for has been recognised as a green standard bearer for the industry.”
Pulsant offers 10 privately owned datacentres, strategically positioned to be amongst the most energy efficient in the UK. The company has a fully documented environmental policy to support its green credentials; its sites are powered entirely by renewable energy, it has deployed the most up-to-date high efficiency servers for colocation, cold aisle containment and runs good housekeeping policies to optimise operational efficiencies. By investing in green technologies Pulsant is able to reduce energy consumption and pass on cost-savings direct to its customers.
For more information on Pulsant’s Green datacentre strategy, please visit http://www.pulsant.com/colocation/green-data-centre