What gets sacrified to get a green hard drive

What gets sacrified to get a green hard drive

Days after the Environmental Protection Agency launched its Energy Star 4.0 , the energy-savings initiatives are flowing in. Western Digital...

July 24th, 2007 Michelle J Perenson

UK companies want green IT but don’t know how

UK companies want green IT but don’t know how

Nearly all British businesses think that companies should be doing more to reduce their carbon footprints but most of them...

June 26th, 2007 Chris Mellor

EU to study energy use by data centers

EU to study energy use by data centers

The European Commission is considering introducing a voluntary code of conduct on energy efficiency for data centre operators. Next week,...

February 22nd, 2007 Jeremy Kirk

How Green is my IT?

How Green is my IT?

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEConcern over power consumption is driving enterprises to alter their computing practices, according to a Canadian analyst....

November 1st, 2006

Smart meters not residential solution, says advocacy group

Smart meters not residential solution, says advocacy group

The Ontario government may be right on schedule with its goal to hook up 800,000 homes with so-called smart meters,...

October 4th, 2006

Smart meters not-so-smart idea for residential users?

Smart meters not-so-smart idea for residential users?

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThe Ontario government may be right on schedule with its goal to hook up 800,000 homes with...

October 3rd, 2006

AMD boosts Opteron speed with new dual-core chips

AMD boosts Opteron speed with new dual-core chips

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. on Monday announced three additions to its family of dual-core Opteron processors for servers and workstations,...

March 6th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

Wi-Fi a/b/g superchip threatens Bluetooth

Wi-Fi a/b/g superchip threatens Bluetooth

Wireless Ethernet could become a standard feature of smart phones in the next two years if Bluetooth specialist CSR PLC...

November 10th, 2004 Bryan Betts

HP plans Itanium blade

HP plans Itanium blade

Just days after NEC Corp. announced plans to ship blade servers based on Intel Corp.'s Itanium 2 microprocessor, Hewlett-Packard Co....

June 9th, 2004 Robert McMillan