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Data centre consolidating 'key part of US IT spending' - Cabling Kits

Cloud computing and data centre consolidation are among the IT processes that can help the US save money in 2012, the country's government has stated in a report.

This may be of interest to companies that are trying to cut down on their own IT spending by purchasing cabling kits.

The Web Host Industry Review reported that President Obama's administration is expected to spend $79.5 billion (£49 billion) on IT for the fiscal year of 2012, which is an increase of 1.9 per cent from fiscal 2010.

Last December, the government announced the closure of more than 800 of its 2,100 data centres by 2015, following Obama's call for the acceleration of the consolidation of such storage facilities.

Meanwhile, federal chief information officer Vivek Kundra has estimated that the government could reduce spending on data centre infrastructure projects by 30 per cent by moving more services to the cloud.

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