Friday, 04 March 2011 / Published in Data Center, Green IT, IT Efficiency, Uncategorized
Following on from this week’s successful Technical Forum, The Green Grid yesterday announced not only the availability of the presentations from the conference, but a whole raft of brand new whitepapers. New content featured at the Technical Forum included the following: Data Center Maturity Model and White Paper Understanding and Engaging Utility Incentive Programs White
1E’s fellow co-founder and all round geek Mark Blackburn presented at the Green Grid Technical Forum this week. His chosen topic of expertise was the upcoming Data Center compute Efficiency (DCcE) metric. Mark’s work in this field is really exciting as it moves data center efficiency onto an area which has been long neglected, that
Thursday, 03 February 2011 / Published in Data Center, IT Efficiency, Uncategorized
As previously mentioned on these pages, The Green Grid (TGG) Tech Forum starts on March 1st 2011 in Santa Clara, CA. John A. “Skip” Laitner, Director of Economic and Social Analysis for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, will deliver the keynote, which will highlight the critical role of IT energy efficiency in maintaining
The Green Grid has a new boss. Mark Monroe is the new Executive Director, formerly Sun Microsystems‘ Director of Sustainable Computing, and was a founding director of the Green Grid. If you haven’t come across the Green Grid before, here’s what they do.. The Green Grid is a global consortium of IT companies and professionals