Today’s highlights in green computing, data center energy efficiency and eco-friendly gadgets.
Cree 3Q Profit Jumps On Strong LED Demand, Higher Margins – The Wall Street Journal
LED makers are cashing in.
Standard approach to computing spells doom for data centers – Government Computer News
Commentary: Mike Dillard, president of Criterion HPS and former chairman of the CIA’s Information Policy Board sounds the alarm on wasteful government IT.
Why Aren’t SSDs Getting Cheaper? – PC World
New manufacturing techniques, renewed investment and increased production are expected to drive down prices in the coming years.
Volcanic Ash Should Not Deter Proper Siting of Data Centers on Iceland (Press Release) – EarthTimes
Iceland is still an attractive place for data center builds, according to Ronald Bowman, Jr., Executive Vice President of Tishman Technologies.
And for laughs:
Gratuitous Photo: Solar-Powered Death Star – Earth2Tech
The planet-killer goes green, sorta.
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