Green Tech Professional
ARM has recently unveiled the findings of a new comprehensive report by the Economist Intelligence Unit entitled "The Internet of Things Business Index: A quiet revolution gathers pace."
The US Department of Energy has awarded AMD a research grant to develop extreme-scale computers capable of solving problems in climate science, medical research, alternative energy and industry.
The Top500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers has revealed that Europe's fastest supercomputer, the Swiss-based Piz Daint is also the most energy efficient globally.
Satellite maps crunched by Google's Earth Engine and displayed in a lovely web-based application from researchers at the University of Maryland, have revealed the true scope of global deforestation.
During Green Standards Week the International Telecommunication Union devised a list of standards for mobile devices with manufacturers, operators and industry partners signed up.
Telefónica UK, the parent company of popular mobile network O2, has trumped rival provider Vodafone to secure the majority of a lucrative £2.8 billion government smart energy contract.
Samsung has created the ultimate eco-friendly PC peripheral, a foldable laser printer called the Origami which has a case made entirely out of recycled cardboard.
The right choice of network equipment can positively contribute to green corporate strategies and drive energy-efficient operations - and help reduce IT costs.
Redmond has revealed plans to use cloud technology, mobile devices, data analytics, and social networks to help cities become more prosperous.
“We want to work with the developer community to collate ideas which will improve our customers’ lives by helping them control their energy use and therefore save them money,” says npower CEO.