JSA is excited to announce the second book installation of its Amazon best-selling “Greener Data” Book Series. Volume Two will make its debut on April 22, 2024, in recognition of Earth Day.
In anticipation of the book launch, JSA is releasing the first chapter, entitled “Measure to Manage: Sustainability Metrics and Reporting in Data Center Networks.” Compiled by leading sustainability analyst Mary Allen of InsightaaS, the report is a collaborative mindshare with top sustainability experts in the digital infrastructure space, including Susanna Kass, Co-founder of InfraPrime; Patricia Leyva, Senior Manager Sustainability Engagement for Equinix; Dean Nelson, CEO of Cato Digital and Founder & Chairman of Infrastructure Masons; Vicki Worden, CEO of Green Building Initiative and Shawn Novak, CSO of nZero. The focus of the chapter is to determine which measurements matter while reducing digital infrastructure’s collective carbon footprint.
“Since the launch of the first book on Earth Day 2022, ‘Greener Data’ has become an industry-wide movement, a call-for-arms for data centers, and the networks within, to work together to reach carbon zero,” states Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, Founder and CEO of JSA. “We are honored by this response and will continue to use this ‘Greener Data’ platform to gather together top sustainability experts, to share their insights and success stories, to network and collaborate with other sustainability-minded companies and leaders, so that we may all get to net carbon neutral faster.”
“Greener Data – Volume Two” will focus on these four sustainability topics:
- The Power of Aligning Measurements
- Renewable & Clean Energy Solutions to Cut Carbon in Data Centers
- Power & Cooling Innovations
- Unlocking the Financial Benefits of Going Green
In-depth reports on each of these sustainability topics will be released leading up to Earth Day 2024 and serve as Cornerstone Chapters of the much-anticipated book.