According to current estimates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are generated every single day; a figure which by 2020 is expected to equate to 1.7MB of data per second per person. In the US alone managing that information consumes more than 90 billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year. Replacing existing technology in data centres with superior CGD power transistors can not only increase server density but also reduce both the associated energy losses and the current cooling requirement. Existing data centres will benefit from increased capacity within the same real estate, as well as faster data management facilitated in a more environmentally friendly way. New data centres will benefit from leading-edge technology that is faster, smarter and smaller and supports sustainable growth. Both will benefit from significant cost savings.