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Role of Green Computation in Providing Environmental Proficiency PPT

PPT On Role of Green Computation in Providing Environmental Proficiency

Role of Green Computation in Providing Environmental Proficiency Presentation Transcript:
1.Role of Green Computation in Providing Environmental Proficiency

2.Current Scenario…
Manufacturing computers means the use of lead, cadmium, mercury, and other toxics in general and laptop in particular.

Normally, computers can contain 4 to 8 pounds of lead alone, according to green experts.

So far, consumers haven't cared about ecological impact when buying computers, they've cared only about speed and price.

3.Current Scenario…
The IT Industry is estimated to produce 2% of the Global CO2 emissions.

Electricity usage for servers are doubled since 2005.

A enterprise class data center consumes high amount of electricity which sometimes exceeds the capacity of vital cities.

It is estimated that out of $250 billion per year spent on powering computers worldwide only about 15% of that power is spent computing- the rest is wasted idling.

4.Corporate Research…

5.Energy-intensive manufacturing of computer parts can be minimized by making manufacturing process more energy efficient

By replacing petroleum-filled plastic with bioplastics—plant-based polymers—require less oil and energy to produce than  traditional plastics with a challenge to keep these bioplastic computers cool so that electronics won't melt them.

Avoiding the discarding will not only control e-waste out of dumps but also save energy and materials needed for a whole new computer.

Power-sucking displays can be replaced with green light displays made of OLEDs, or organic light-emitting diodes.

Use of toxic materials like lead can be replaced by silver and copper

Future computers could knock 10 percent off their energy use just by replacing  hard drives with solid-state, or flash, memory, which has no watt-hungry moving parts.

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