Nokia Siemens Networks is looking to revolutionise the mobile network with is Liquid Radio architecture, which not only promises to re-architect today’s base station infrastructure, but also to ultimately bridge the gap between highly specialise (and expensive) telecoms equipment and commoditise (cost competitive) computer components. Green Telecom Live talks to Mike Murphy, head of Technology [...]
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GE and Ingersoll Rand has launched an intelligent building automation platform for data centres. To start off with, GE and Ingersoll Rand’s HVAC business, Trane, are working together on a solution for GE’s Ohio-based data centre featuring some 29,000 square feet of raised floor. The area equals six full sized basketball fields and includes more [...]
According to a Pike Research report, the implementation of cloud computing and cloud services now have the potential to reduce worldwide data centre energy expenditures by 38% by the year 2020, compared to a business as usual scenario. “The growth of cloud computing will have a very significant positive effect on data center energy consumption,” [...]
By Pareekh Jain Energy is one of the largest opex head for Telecom Operators. Telecom Operators are looking for energy opex savings strategies both for increasing profitability and going Green. Equipment Vendors are looking at opex saving strategies from piece meal perspective limited by breadth of their solutions portfolio. Below is a representative list of [...]
By CommsDay International The GSMA and the International Finance Corporation – the commercial arm of the World Bank, has launched a new program designed to turn mobile base stations sites into power generators for the communities they serve. The Community Power for Mobile program will aim to turn excess power generated by mobile network base [...]
Facebook this week launched a green page, which has “lots of information about what the company is doing in the environment/energy space.” The site is features lots of information on being ‘green’, as well as outlines Facebook’s green vision, as follows: Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world [...]
Nokia Siemens Networks says its Flexi-NS (Network Server) is the world’s lowest power consuming server for mobile operators, capable of supporting 100,000 subscribers on 59 watts of power. The company unveiled the product at 4G World this week, and expects to ship it commercially by end-2010.