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Green Computing: Save Energy


SANA , Al-Falah School Of Engineering & Technology; SAOUD SARWAR, Al-Falah School Of Engineering & Technology


Green Computing, Energy saving,


As the commitment to reduce environmental impact and power consumption are becoming increasingly important objectives for organizations, architecture leaders are now proactively considering environmental resource. The biggest challenge facing the environment today is global warming, caused by carbon emissions. About 98 percent of CO2 emissions (or 87 percent of all CO2–equivalent emissions from all greenhouse gases) can be directly attributed to energy consumption, according to a report by the Energy Information Administration. Many organizations today are speaking openly about a desire to operate in a “green” manner, publishing principles for environmental practices and sustainability on their corporate Web. In addition, many companies are now paying (or will pay in the near future) some kind of carbon tax for the resources they consume and the environmental impact of the products and services they produce, so a reduction in energy consumed can have a real financial payback. Green computing, also called green technology, is the environmentally sustainable to use of computers and related resources like - monitors, printer, storage devices, networking and communication systems - efficiently and effectively with minimal or no impact on the environment. The evaluation, analysis and optimization of the workload demands and IT infrastructures are required to determine the present and future energy consumption needs. Therefore the primary motivation behind this green approach is cost saving and also at the same time there are lots of money savings and eco-friendly.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV2I3040
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2014
Page(s): 150-152

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