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2009-03-25 03:00:00

LONDON, March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- - 2009 PC Energy Report Quantifies Financial and Carbon Savings for PC Power Waste in the US, UK and Germany According to an international study released today by 1E and the Alliance to Save Energy, nearly a third of all workplace PCs in Germany are not regularly powered down at night. The 2009 PC Energy Report, which examines workplace PC power consumption in the Germany, the UK, and the US, found that German businesses are wasting...

2008-08-06 15:00:50

Verdiem, a leader in network energy management, today announced the release of its Edison(TM) software product, a free energy monitoring application that allows eco-conscious consumers to actively control their PC's energy consumption -- and their household's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Made for the Windows operating system, Edison enhances existing PC power settings and provides a consumer-friendly interface that is easy to set up and manage. The Edison application is supported by...

2008-07-07 06:00:23

By Chan Chee Wah THE DOUBLE IMPACT OF RISING data centre energy consumption and rising energy costs has elevated the importance of data centre efficiency as a strategy to reduce costs, manage capacity and promote environmental responsibility. Data centre energy consumption has been driven by the demand within almost every organisation for greater computing capacity and increased IT centralisation. While this was occurring, global electricity prices increased 56% between 2002 and 2006....


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