Tag: green IT
For HPC centers all over the world, providing high-levels of compute power is job number one, but they also must be as energy-efficient as possible.
An interview with Icelandic cloud provider GreenQloud’s CEO. The new company is a “provider of the world’s first truly green public compute cloud” but some take issue with the “first” designation and wonder about storing data on a volcanic island–even if the costs might be lower and the feeling “greener.”
Satoshi Sekiguchi is the Director of the Information Technology Research Institute for the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan and is a former grid advocate who now pushes for more discussions about the possibilities of cloud computing. Satoshi drew some attention at his booth on the ISC floor this week due Read more…
InfoWorld awards the top 15 green-tech projects.
When I think about all the hype for Green IT, I always ask myself, where is the beef? Or where is the real green as in greenbacks?
From facilities design to carbon management and international law, here’s what you need to know.
As federal and state information technology managers develop strategies and deploy technologies to reduce power consumption in their facilities, they recognize virtualization does not only reduce server sprawl, it can also save energy.