In the news today, Landis+Gyr and Mueller Systems team on networking solutions for utilities that provide both electricity and water. Also, Intel snaps up 2.5 billion renewable energy credits; the key to Green IT could be as simple as stopping the practice of overprovisioning IT; and IDC predicts that the cloud management software market will grow to $2.5 billion by 2015.
And in a neat example of how cleantech can take take root at the local level, The Tennessean has a great article on how property owners are relishing being their own energy producers thanks to the Tennessee Valley Authority.
- Landis+Gyr, Mueller Systems offer a one network solution for multi-service utilities – Smart Grid News
- Intel Purchases 2.5B Renewable Energy Credits – Triple Pundit
- The bottom line on green IT – Computing
- Cloud computing is set to reach a tipping point – Rackspace
- More homes, businesses generate electricity, cash with TVA program – The Tennessean
- Winning the Consolidated Data Center Future – IT Business Edge
- Power Considerations in Siting Data Centers – Data Center Knowledge
- ARM CEO: we’re not going 64-bit anytime soon – TechSpot
- Virtualization User To Save $50 Million with 300% ROI – Virtualization Review
- Smart meters ‘must not deter switching’ – BBC News