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The Greening of Microsoft

Microsoft Research is at it again -- doing good, that is!

The group's latest noble cause is green computing, and to that end Microsoft Research is working with Harvard, Stanford and a couple of big state universities to dramatically reduce datacenter and x86 processor power consumption. The University of Tennessee, for instance, is working on reducing the power demands of virtualized datacenters. Sounds pretty slick.

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Posted by Doug Barney on April 28, 2008 at 11:52 AM


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