Archive for April 29th, 2015

Intel backs firm developing tech to automate truck convoys

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Intel backs firm developing tech to automate truck convoys

Intel Capital, the investment arm of the chipmaking-giant, and Denso International America, a supplier of automative technologies, have joined the Series A investment round for Peloton Technology, a developer of a road transportation automation solution for truck convoys. The companies have contributed US$16 million into Peloton, which develops technology for wirelessly linking together two trucks […]

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Coming soon: Tesla’s home battery

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Coming soon: Tesla’s home battery

This article asks an interesting question – how would a home battery system, like a solar power system, change the value of a home? Tesla Motors, the company that plans to revolutionize automobiles with its electric car, is planning a new revolution that aims to transfer how we power the rest of our lives. How […]

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EU Needs To Invest €400B By 2020 To Keep Renewables On Track

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Smart grids promise increased reliability, efficiency and security, but initial investment may outrun initial savings and more challenges have yet to be overcome Source: EU Needs To Invest €400B By 2020 To Keep Renewables On Track

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Green IT and virtualisation gaining importance in enterprise

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Green IT and virtualisation technologies are attracting significant attention from enterprises globally primarily as a competitive advantage relating to cost savings, as a result of improved operational efficiency, faster provisioning, and improved resiliency. Further, virtualisation is becoming increasingly important to drive economies of scale, and to maximise utilisation of resources, according to researchers Kable. According […]

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Green House Data Joins EPA Top 30 Tech & Telecom List of Green Power Users

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Green House Data, a US provider of cloud hosting, colocation and managed data centre services, said it has edged into the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Top 30 Tech and Telecom list of the largest green power users. The company reached 29th position by retiring 8 million kilowatt-hours of green power annually Company supports the development […]

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