Pure Storage enables organizations to reduce the direct use of carbon in their data storage systems


Data Storage Technology and Services Pure Storage recently released its first ESG report, which provides visibility into the company’s current metrics and sets out commitments to make meaningful progress towards a better future for the global community.

Pure’s first Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report, which provides transparency into company benchmarks and sets targets for the future, aims to enable organizations to reduce use by up to 80% direct carbon into their data storage systems.

“Pure is making a significant and immediate impact today by reducing carbon emissions from data centers around the world through our environmental sustainability efforts,” said Charles Giancarlo, president and CEO of Pure Storage. “Pure’s products have a positive impact on our customers’ environmental footprint by requiring significantly less power, space and cooling, and producing less waste than all-flash to disk or competitive systems.

Pure Storage said building sustainable technology infrastructure is necessary to mitigate global warming and the worst impacts of climate change. According to the supplier, it is leading the way by designing and manufacturing products and providing services that enable customers to significantly reduce their own environmental footprint. As part of the ESG report, Pure conducted a Product Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of its portfolio, specifically of FlashArray products, which found that Pure customers reduced direct use of FlashArray by up to 80%. carbon by data systems compared to competing products.

Pure Storage said that by expanding on the energy and emissions savings it brings to its customers, its unique Evergreen architecture and Pure As-a-Service subscription provide further environmental benefits by significantly minimizing e-waste. , extending equipment life and reducing storage underutilization. Thanks to these programs, 97% of Pure berries purchased six years ago are still in use, the company said.

Beyond helping customers become more sustainable, Pure said it is committed to several goals to reduce the company’s own carbon footprint, making progress against scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. focused on both business operations and the use phase of Pure products:

  • 50% reduction in Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity per employee from FY20 to FY30
  • Achieve net-zero emissions based on the Scope 1 and 2 market by FY40
  • 66% reduction in the intensity of use of products sold Scope 3 emissions per effective petabyte shipped from FY20 to FY30.

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