Verdiem Joins Climate Savers
June 14, 2007
Verdiem, a developer of power management software for PC networks, has joined the Climate Savers Computing Initiative (see previous blog entry here).
“We are excited to work closely with this group of public and private sector leaders to help set and meet IT energy efficiency goals,” said Kevin Klustner, chief executive officer, Verdiem.
According to the release hailing the company’s charter membership pf the green initiative:
Studies show that PCs and monitors use as much as 14 percent of all power consumed in office environments. Based on its existing customer base, annual use of Verdiem technology reduces greenhouse gas emissions at a rate equal to taking more than 9,800 passenger cars off the road for an entire year, or conserving 5,181,586 gallons of gasoline.
Verdiem’s SURVEYOR, is software that allows organizations to measure, manage and reduce their PC network's energy consumption, saving money and lowering their network's total cost of ownership. SURVEYOR works by intelligently placing PCs into lower power settings when not in use.
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