Astaro Joins The Green Grid

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<strong>Burlington, Mass. &mdash; April 10</strong><br />Astaro Corp., a vendor of integrated security appliances, announced it has joined The Green Grid, a global consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems. As a general member, Astaro will collaborate with other members to improve and promote efficiency in network security.<br /><br />&ldquo;With more companies concerned about the effects their business&rsquo; practices are having on the environment, Astaro is proud to be part of an organization working to progress green computing to the next level,&rdquo; said Jan Hichert, chief executive officer at Astaro. &ldquo;Through collaborative developments and idea sharing enabled by The Green Grid, we hope to provide organizations with more energy-efficient security solutions while ensuring they understand that this does not need to come at the expense of compromising their network security or increasing costs.&rdquo; <br /><br />The Astaro solution makes it easy for any organization to improve its energy efficiency. Available as a software, hardware or virtual appliance, Astaro integrates disparate network security products onto a single solution, allowing customers to minimize energy consumption and reduce physical waste while tailoring to any network infrastructure. Whether an organization plans to move to a virtualized environment, consolidate hardware through an integrated security solution or augment its existing network security, Astaro offers flexible deployment options to meet its business and environmental goals.<br /><br />The Green Grid seeks to provide industry-wide recommendations on best practices, metrics and technologies that will improve overall data-center and business computing energy efficiencies. By joining The Green Grid, Astaro is helping influence both developers and end users.<br />

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