Case study – fire service solves bandwidth limitations at nine area headquarters with virtualisation

Strathclyde Fire & Rescue Service in Scotland needed to reduce operating costs and reinforce its green credentials by virtualising servers. Bandwidth limitations at nine remote sites had reduced the potential for centralising support services. Using Hyper-V virtualisation technology, the fire service is consolidating physical servers by a ratio of 10:1 and reducing the amount of datacentre hardware, thereby improving its carbon footprint.

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