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Fuel Cells Power Base Stations

We live in a world obsessed with treating the environment better. While this statement does not apply to the entire world, the green technology movement in Europe and the US seems to be growing faster than ever. Still, when...

Here Come Electric Cars -- Really

To its credit, GM did come out with an electric car before any other auto manufacturer. The EV1 was introduced in the mid-nineties and GM cited lack of profitability among other reasons to kill the billion dollar project. In hindsight,...

The Importance of Communications

Do we realize the importance of what we do? I have been thinking about this question a great deal lately. I see the amazing technology being developed by the entire industry and I just can't help but wonder - do...

Talkswitch Interview: Jan Scheeren

Right now the small business market is the shining star in communications -- plenty of growth is predicted in this space and small businesses for the most part are behind the tech curve -- meaning they need to catch up....

Eaton’s Ugly Server Monitors Power

There is a mad dash to make servers look better. In the communications space the first good looking server I remember was the Orca from Nuera (now part of Audiocodes). The drive to make servers even better looking came as...

Antarctic Waters Less Salty

As icebergs melt, at least two bad things happen. The first is they have less surface area to reflect the sun's rays meaning the ocean receives more of these rays and in turn this warms the earth more than...

Mitel and Sun go Green

In the communications space there are a number of companies that tell us they are green and to be honest, I am sure they are all doing their best to develop applications which are energy efficient. But until every company...

Solar Keychain

I wonder if the future of conservation will include a strong focus on charging devices on our own. There are people with their own generators for example who actually supply energy back to electric companies. Now, at the opposite...

Daimler Battery Breakthrough

                                            An S Class Mercedes For over a decade now we have witnessed Moore's Law in action, making microprocessors cheaper and faster. Ditto for hard drives and memory. What...

Virgin Biofuel Flight

Virgin Atlantic conducted the first flight utilizing biofuel today in the hopes that it can be show that biofuels emit less carbon dioxide than regular fuels. While some say this test flight is just part of a publicity stunt used...

Use Your Shirt to charge your Gadgets

The promise of nanotechnology will allow us to easily charge our consumer electronics devices as we walk and move. Specifically, US scientists have developed a microfiber that charges devices as the fiber rubs against itself. This nanogenerator takes advantage...

Ouch: Texas -- Biggest Polluter

Texas would rank seventh in the world in carbon emissions if it were its own country, according to the most recent figures from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Texas, the second most populous state, behind California, has 23.5 million people...

Solar Laptop Bag

Take a break from hugging that tree and open your laptop. No need to feel guilty as your laptop bag charges your laptop, sparing you the guilt associated with using more than your fair share of power....

Foundry Networks

As the need for ever-more broadband capacity in data centers increases and space available decreases, what is a company to do? One option is to look to Foundry Networks, a company who has decided to focus on high density/low-power data...

Strategic Technologies for 2008

I was reading an article on Wireless News regarding Gartner’s top 10 strategic technologies for 2008. Here are those technologies with the analysis from Wireless News. Obviously I agree with the first two items on this list and I do...

IP Communications News October 6, 2007

It’s been another busy week in the IP communications space as evidenced by the cornucopia of news from seemingly every sector of the market. If you happened to be on vacation this past week or just don’t want to deal...

Paying More for Green

This news is pretty amazing to me. Companies are actually willing to spend their hard earned dollars to go green. According to this article, 52 percent of respondents are willing to pay 5 to 10 percent more for green products...

ITEXPO and Green Technology World

This morning marks the second day on Internet Telephony Conference & Expo and as I eat breakfast I can’t help but wonder if today will be an even better day than yesterday (photos and videos). What blew me away at...

Bloggers at ITEXPO

I have noticed this year more ITEXPO speakers have blogs than at any time in the past. We all know there are more and bloggers each day and I am excited to see how many of them are referencing their...

Thanks for Registering Green

The Green Technology conference is doing well so far. Thanks for your support. Here is the full story....

Om Goes Green

I am happy to report that Om Malik has launched a “Green blog” named Earth2tech. Om starts his post on the subject with the following comment: “Apparently like everyone else, we are going green!”   Yes, I know what Om...

Live Earth

You may have been reading some of the latest Live Earth posts from TMC’s Green Blog. As I sit here at my computer watching streaming concerts from around the globe I start to think about the massive quantity of data...

What’s new in Technology Lately?

Here is some interesting news worth reading about and it spans from consumer electronics to wireless to IP communications. What may be most interesting is the rapid rise of the internet -- it is rivaling TV as a communications medium....
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