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As a result, green computing has received much attention in various research fields during recent years.
Many efforts have been done in this area to improve the power efficiency of the PC components and making the IT sector energy savior so that green computing can be accomplished.
Varsamopoulos, Evolutionary Green Computing Solutions for Distributed Cyber Physical Systems vol.
Green computing is critically considered by businesses organizations and IT industries [3].
Chakcraborty (2009), define Green Computing como la practica de utilizar los recursos informaticos de manera eficiente.
This work is intended to serve as an introduction to other CRC books on environmentally-friendly computer technology such as Engineering for Sustainability, Handbook of Energy-Aware and Green Computing, Roadmap to Greener Computing, etc.
The Green Computing seminar will offer businesses practical advice proven to deliver savings through efficiency and innovation.
CoSN, the professional association of school system technology leaders, offers a comprehensive "green computing" strategy that covers three areas: Purchase and Disposal, Energy Use, and Reducing Waste.
Looking forward, I see that Oman has a strategic plan in achieving eGovernment, since it is now in the stages that requires complex implementation." Matthew Rajendra, Regional Director, Green Computing Institute, Malaysia, presented the second paper which dealt with Green ICT and methods of ensuring efficient and sustainable use of information and communications technology in ways that are eco-friendly.
It differs from green computing in that green computing emphasizes on environmental efficiency while sustainable computing focus not only on environmental efficiency but also on economic and social efficiency of IT systems.
(NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing, today announced that Supermicro SuperServer platforms integrate NVIDIA GRID K1 and K2 boards for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) support in the enterprise.
The mission is to create an environment for green computing and ensure responsible use of energy and other resources by working with the ITA staff and harnessing knowledge and support from the community.