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Green IT

reduce CO2 emission
Is your data center fully optimized and balanced?
Global Warming- one frightening factor that haunts us every time when we dispose unfriendly waste of nature(let it be plastics of our daily use or CO2 emissions from a computer, after-effects are the same, why not hold our thoughts for a moment and see what IT can do about it for the future generations to be born) . Any organization's Data Centre is an integral part of information and services supply chain that begins with raw materials and ends with the disposal of waste.

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Green IT, refers to catering of IT products through environmentally sustainable computing by reducing the CO2 emissions. More specifically, it's all about designing, creation & consumption of computers, servers and its peripheral devices in an efficient & effective manner with minimal or zero hazards to our planet.

Virtualization - the all in one concept that we were looking out for ages to successfully target the efforts of creating IT Green environment.
By reducing the number of servers, virtualization reduces the energy demands of datacenters through server consolidation and dynamic management of computer assets across a pool of servers. Consequently running fewer highly utilized servers free up space, power, and the required cooling effects.
Researches on virtualization have proved that even up to 80% of power can be saved. Virtualization, thus proved to be highly effective in reducing the CO2 emission. Besides of being environmental-friendly, virtualization saves cost by bringing down the energy consumption thereby increasing IT potential.

Virtual Desktop
A further step of Virtualizing the desktops replace the traditional desktops with zero clients. With conventional PCs, each individual computer processes applications, that require significant local processing power, memory and disk storage.

Running on centralized servers in a data center facility, Desktop virtualization computing --more specifically virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) -- enable users to access a standard Windows operating system installation from any desk, along with all required applications, data and support they need.. These servers make use of a specialized software called 'Hypervisor' to create a "virtual machine" that simulate almost the same capabilities as a physical desktop computer.

Desktop virtual machines (DVMs) connect over local area networks to specialized endpoint devices at the user's location that in turn are connected to peripherals like monitors, keyboards, mice and other peripherals to make a complete system.


Power Point Slide:
A PPT Article on Desktop virtualization

Desktop Virtualization - Powerpoint Presentation