Green Computing

The IEEE TCSC Technical Area of “Green Computing” is interested in hardware implementations, algorithms, tools, services, and applications that can make computing systems more environmental respect, for example, by reducing power consumption, CO2 emission. The computing systems interested here include chip, hard disk, desktop/laptop, server, network switch/router, SAN, RAID and other storage system, cluster, rack, data center, Grids, and Clouds.

Here is a snapshot of Green Computing at Google trends, where we can conclude that Green Computing has gained significant focus recently.

Green computing finds its place at Cebit
ITworld.com - Feb 29 2008   
Green computing practices on business radar screens
Bizjournals.com - Apr 15 2008
Angstrom Microsystems Announces "Green Computing" Initiative
CNNMoney.com - Aug 25 2008  
OMG to Acquire Green Computing Impact Organization (GCIO)
MarketWatch - Dec 11 2008 
HP, Dell, Acer log on to green computing
Economic Times - Apr 10 2009  
Green Computing Sector to Reach $223.7 Billion in 2013, According to NextGen Research