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Displaying items by tag: Carbon Footprint

Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of China’s Alibaba Group has announced plans to expand its footprint by setting up data centres in South Korea and Thailand in 2022.

Published in Data Centres

Klarna, in collaboration with Doconomy, launches a “CO2 insights” feature for its 90 million users, which allows them to track their “shopping carbon footprint in-app.” This launch, Klarna says, is one of the largest global carbon footprint awareness building efforts to date.

Published in Business IT
Wednesday, 17 June 2020 16:45

SAP looks at the big picture

Business software vendor SAP used its Sapphire Now Converge conference to make multiple announcements aimed at bringing some significant changes to business and industry .

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Thursday, 21 May 2020 10:43

Nutanix overhauls Adelaide Oval IT systems

Enterprise cloud computing vendor Nutanix has overhauled Adelaide Oval’s IT systems in a move aimed at helping to improve business operations and lower costs while reducing the organisation’s carbon footprint.

Published in Deals

Self-proclaimed eco-conscious car-sharing platform Evee has launched in Australia offering electric vehicles (EVs) to rent, connecting “community-conscious car owners with eco-conscious drivers”.

Published in Market

Inmarsat research suggests "companies within transport and logistics are prioritising IoT to improve environmental sustainability and enhance their operational success".

Published in Development

GreenTouchâ„¢, the global consortium dedicated to dramatically improving the energy efficiency of information and communications technology (ICT) networks by a factor of 1,000, today will announce and demonstrate a new technology that will dramatically reduce energy consumption in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks, as well as other applications. The breakthrough Bit-Interleaved Passive Optical Network (Bi-PON) technology is the second major milestone reached by the consortium. When deployed, it will enable a power reduction of 30 times over current technologies while improving performance and reducing cost.

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According to research performed by Australian and Singapore researchers, the countries of Australia and the United States are among the top ten worst countries in the world with respect to their global environmental impact. Big shoes leave large areas environmentally vulnerable.

Published in Climate

Schneider Electric partners with the University of Sheffield to deliver guaranteed reductions in energy consumption and CO2 emissions, plus enhanced operational efficiencies, which together release value for a major capital investment programme

Majority Believe G-Cloud Should Be Opt-In, Rather Than Mandatory

Saturday, 12 December 2009 21:27

Recycled toilet paper may wipe out energy concerns

Toilet paper that is made from new wood uses much more energy to produce than toilet paper made from recycled paper. However, your bottom will lose out in the battle for softness. Find out just how green is your toilet paper.

Published in Climate
Telstra has unveiled a plan setting out how it intends to reduce its carbon footprint over the next six years, but the reported, and impossible, target of 10 percent for every dollar earned is not part of it.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 11 September 2009 12:08

We eat our own cooking, says Symantec CIO

Symantec believes IT can be used to meet business objectives, and "we eat our own cooking" to prove it to customers, group president and CIO, Symantec Services Group, David Thompson has told iTWire.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 27 May 2009 12:55

The greening of training

EXCOM Education and Connection Research are claiming an Australian first with the launch today of a range of green IT training courses in Australia, with an immediate follow-up expansion into the international market.

Published in Education
Wednesday, 14 January 2009 08:24

Is the Internet becoming uncool for greenies?

A leading analyst believes that the Internet is in danger of becoming a target for green groups and anti-global warming organisations because of the massive power consumption of data centres. Is it possible that the greenies may soon target the Internet industry as environmental vandals?

Published in Energy
College students at Allegheny College, in Meadville, Pennsylvania, are hanging their undergarments (bras, socks,  undies) out to dry as part of 350 Project—an international campaign to make  people aware that 350 parts per million is the highest level of carbon emissions that Earth’s atmosphere can tolerate before irreversible damage occurs.

Published in Energy
A report has been released blaming gamers for a US1$billion waste in electricity via their beloved consoles.  But checking out the report further highlights a gross assumption.

Published in Energy
In what is claimed to be a first, a new reporting software product, aimed at simplifying carbon emissions reporting across Australia’s business community, has been launched.

Published in Energy
Wednesday, 03 September 2008 00:36

How much would you pay to sit on a PlayStation 2?

In what it claims as a world first, a UK company has announced a chair made from 100 percent recycled plastic from a single source. Oh yes, that source happens to be the Sony PlayStation 2 games console...

Published in Energy
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