Green Computing


We can all agree to the fact that these days more and more people are concerned with going green or saving nature of the damage caused by pollution and other related threats which affect the environment and implicitly peoples’ lives. You probably know that there are plenty of manufacturers out there which introduce ingenious and innovative products to customers, in order to help them save money on utility bills and also have more quality and efficiency integrated in whatever new product they want to take home. So, no matter if we refer to cars, refrigerators, dishwashers, washing machines or computers, there’s no doubt that people will prefer those products which are eco-friendly and can cut their utility bills. The industry has evolved no matter the sector and field and since lately, the interest in keeping the environment clean has turned into a national and international concern, there is no wonder why all people select their purchases more carefully.

Moreover, since the media has detailed the risks of having the environment spoiled with carbon emissions, people are fully aware of the damage some products they buy can have over the environment and implicitly over their lives. If we’re to discuss about computers, you should know that these products, just like cars, have been gradually improved and updated to customer demand, so that these days they come with lower emissions and also reduced energy consumption. If you wonder what green computing is, you should know that the term is used to describe the environmentally sustainable computing. Computer manufacturers are now more interested than ever in designing monitors, storage devices, printers and various networking systems in a way that ensures more efficiency to these tools and also reduces their damaging effects on the environment.

Green computing, which is also referred to as ICT sustainability or green IT, aims to give people more energy efficient and lasting products which can also be recycled, when they wear out. The microprocessor device is one of the examples we can give, when mentioning the computer’s components which have been improved, in order to have lower emissions and reduce energy consumption. However, the IT industry seems to continue its research in finding out more means by which to successfully implement various algorithms and systems that can reduce carbon emissions in computing and related communication platforms. Among other green computing’ benefits, we should also mention the fact that video conferencing, or teleconferencing, makes possible notable savings in energy resources these days, mostly due to the fact that people can virtually meet and discuss business, without having to use the car, rail or air transportation.

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