1. Articles mentioning both Hewlett-Packard Co. and Intel Corp.

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    1. UBS, JPMorgan, BMW Demand Cloud-Computing Equipment Standards

      UBS, JPMorgan, BMW Demand Cloud-Computing Equipment Standards
      UBS AG, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Lockheed Martin Corp. are among more than 70 companies demanding that computer-equipment makers change the way they make their machines or risk losing business. The group, which purchases more than $50 billion of technology annually, says incompatible systems are holding back the spread of cloud computing -- the concept of delivering information and computing power over the Internet from far-flung data centers. The Open Data Center Alliance, which will be announced today at an event hosted by chipmaker Intel Corp., aims to set requirements that will be adopted by the industry.
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    2. Can you power down for a day? Intel, HP and Citrix make the case

      Can you power down for a day? Intel, HP and Citrix make the case
      Other than restarting my MacBook now and then for software updates, I don’t think I’ve turned it off since 2008. But while I may be on the green police’s most wanted list, it’s never too late to start good habits. (I’ll be starting mine this week.) Friday, Aug. 27 is the third annual Power IT Down Day. Last year 5,600 people pledged to turn off their computers, printers and monitors overnight, which saved more than 73,000 kilowatt-hours, which translated into $45,000, which was in turn donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
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  2. Organizations in the News

    1. (3 articles) Intel
    2. (3 articles) Microsoft Corp
    3. (2 articles) IBM
    4. (2 articles) Interactive Data Corporation
    5. (1 articles) Amazon.com
    6. (1 articles) Novell
    7. (1 articles) Google
    8. (1 articles) Sun Microsystems
    9. (1 articles) Advanced Micro Devices
    10. (1 articles) Huffington Post
    11. (1 articles) The New York Times
    12. (1 articles) Cisco
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    1. (1 articles) Europe