State of Data #120
October 13, 2012
“McKinsey & Company analyzed energy use by data centers and found that, on average, they were using only 6 percent to 12 percent of the electricity powering their servers to perform computations. The rest was essentially used to keep servers idling and ready in case of a surge in activity that could slow or crash their operations”
Simpson’s Paradox – or, how non-smokers could have higher mortality rates than smokers’?