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28 Jul 2009 04:07:26

Dell unveils low-carbon office desktops and notebooks



Dell unveils low-carbon office desktops and notebooks
Dell has launched a new range of enterprise IT solutions that the company claims are all compliant with the US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Energy Star 5.0 rating.

The computer manufacturer said that its OptiPlex, Precision and Latitude lines of workstations, desktops and notebooks offer businesses the chance to save money and reduce their carbon dioxide emissions.

Nearly all of the devices are capable of operating in a low-power mode that requires less than five watts.

It is also encouraging clients to adopt its flexible computing model, whereby computer processing power and data storage are stored centrally by the company and accessed remotely by clients.

Such cloud computing initiatives can be much more energy-efficient than existing business IT models and also have the benefit of saving businesses costs at the initial outlay stage.

Todd Forsythe, vice-president of business client product marketing at Dell, said: "Our vision is to optimise energy efficiency throughout the enterprise - from servers and blades to end point client devices."

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