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Microsoft and Shell Launch Strategic Alliance to Share AI, Carbon Emissions Expertise

Microsoft Corp. has helped the Shell International Petroleum Co. Ltd. integrate the power of AI into a wide range of internal and consumer-facing applications and uses over the last ...Full Article

Toward a Low-Carbon Datacenter

According to a new study, large datacenters could slash greenhouse gas emissions by 88 percent by switching to highly efficient equipment and implementing energy management practices. Full Article

Manufacturers Struggling to Meet Green Goals

<img style="float: left;" src="http://media2.hpcwire.com/dmr/greengear.jpg" alt="" width="95" height="57" />Manufacturers may be pushing to reduce carbon emissions, but a new report from MIT says that despite significant advancements in energy efficiency, ...Full Article

Are Clouds the Fastest Path to Green Computing?

Public and private clouds have been promoted as paradigms of efficiency across a number of dimensions, not the least of which is energy efficiency and the associated carbon footprint. ...Full Article

What Does It Really Mean To Be Green?

Author Brian Proffitt criticizes "greenwashing" in IT industry. Does lower energy consumption constitute green computing? What about the concepts of "sustainable" and zero carbon?Full Article
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