On September 26, 2013, eBay Inc. will open its newest and largest data center to date. Located in Salt Lake City, UT, the facility will be critical in achieving eBay’s target of enabling $300 billion in commerce volume by 2015. The data center houses some of the world’s newest data center technology from partners like Dell and HP. And as the first facility of its kind in the world to use Bloom Energy Servers™ as on-site, primary power, it tangibly advances eBay’s vision for a more environmentally sustainable commerce future.
To celebrate the opening, eBay convened a panel of experts, moderated by Business Forward President Jim Doyle, to discuss how to continue advancing the digital economy while also driving toward a cleaner, greener future—and the latest technical infrastructure innovation and policy helping to make that transition. We’ll also share news about eBay’s next big project to continue to reduce the environmental impacts of its business