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In other words Green Computing is defined as the insight study and practical approach to design an eco-friendly and sustainable software [5].
Green computing is generating interest among professionals; however it has not yet been fully implemented as part of the body of knowledge in computing curriculum.
David Craddock, chief executive of HPC Wales, said: "HPC Wales is delighted to welcome businesses to the Green Computing seminar, along with Carbon Trust Wales.
Meanwhile, green computing houses features that will help to create a sustainable future, in line with du's efforts to promote more environmentally-friendly practices.
The platform enables highly optimized solutions for customers across a broad spectrum of workloads and segments, including Green Computing.
Supermicro is able to offer optimized solutions for customers across a broad spectrum of workloads and segments, including Green Computing.
In addition to enabling tighter control of the user environment, the solution reduced SAN storage and IT administration costs, while the usage of thin clients with low carbon footprint has accelerated the bank's drive to green computing.
HCL's O'zone has been developed to deliver increased data security, provide flexibility through server consolidation, reduce capital expenditure and promote green computing by reducing power and cooling.
The authors found that the procedures adopted to dispose such items are in great compliance with Green Computing and not being a source of pollution or dis- turbance to eco-system.
a global leader in server technology innovation and green computing, has introduced a new Double-Sided Storage server and JBOD solutions.
The award-winning Plug Computer is designed to make high-performance, always on, always connected, and green computing readily available for developers and end-users.
industry leader in server technology innovation and green computing, today launched its first wave of servers optimized for the new Socket C32 AMD Opteron(TM) 4100 Series processors (formerly code-named "Lisbon").