1. Articles in category: Carbon Footprint

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    1. Green IT Service Market to Grow to $4.8 Billion in 2013: Forrester

      The market for green IT services, fueled by the push by businesses to save money and improve efficiencies, could grow by as much as 60 percent a year over the next four years, according to a report from Forrester Research. The market could grow from about $450 million in 2008 to $4.8 billion in 2013 before leveling off in 2014, Forrester analyst Chris Mines said in his report, issued April 24. “In the context of a $500 billion global market for IT services in 2008, the $5 billion market for green IT services [in 2013] may look like small potatoes to vendor strategists,” Mines said in the report. “However, we expect that the visibility and strategic importance of green IT projects will put them near the top of many corporations’ consulting agendas.” Essentially, enterprises are going green and want to find vendors that can help them, from data center ...
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      Mentions: Cisco IBM
    2. VMware Helps Enterprises and Governments of All Sizes Go Green

      PALO ALTO, Calif.----VMware, Inc. , the global leader in virtualization solutions from the desktop to the datacenter, today announced that it continues to drive sustainability and socially responsible "green" initiatives for customers of every size in the private and public sectors across the globe.
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    3. Data Centre cooling - save up to 90% on energy costs (Stand W6 at Sustainability Live)

      Data Centre cooling - save up to 90% on energy costs (Stand W6 at Sustainability Live)
      EcoCooling, the UKs largest manufacturer and distributor of Evaporative coolers are now in a position to offer evaporative cooling systems for both data centres and server rooms. These systems will effectively reduce the running costs of cooling these areas by over 90%, giving potential pay backs of under a year and creating massive carbon savings as no harmful refrigerants are used in the process.
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    4. Argonne's Leadership Computing Facility working to get more science per watt

      ( DOE/Argonne National Laboratory ) Cooling a supercomputer consumes more electricity than is required to run the machine, even machines as powerful as the IBM Blue Gene/P -- called Intrepid -- at the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory. Though Intrepid is one of the fastest and most energy-efficient computers in the world, researchers at Argonne's Leadership Computing Facility ...
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