Intel and HP Discuss Latest in Energy-Efficient Computing

November 9th, 2007 |
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Energy management and energy efficiency in data centers: Intel and HP are working together to save energy and money while boosting computing performance. The Climate Savers Computing Initiative is one way that Intel and HP are working to create sustainable high-performance technology for the enterprise. How do the energy management capabilities achieved by deploying Intel’s vPro platform contribute to power savings across an entire business? And what should the energy-conscious data center manager consider in trying to implement power savings in the data center? (More information on energy-effient chips related to this week’s announcement from another sponsor of the initiative, Marvell — a chip that actually determines the energy requirements of individual applications.

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