Green NComputing

23 Jan

Eco-Friendly Computing

We can’t live without PCs, but we need to learn how to live with them: they consume too much electricity and generate too much e-waste. A typical PC takes 110 watts to run, and there are almost a billion of them on the planet. And according to the Silicon Valley Toxics Commission, e-waste is the fastest growing part of the waste stream.

The solution is simple

Today’s PCs are so powerful that we no longer need one for each person. We can tap into the excess power in one PC and share it with many users. NComputing technology uses just 1 to 5 watts, lasts for a decade, and generates just a few ounces of e-waste.

Save on computer costs & electricity

NComputing systems save you 75% on hardware, and since they draw less than 5 watts, you reduce your energy footprint by as much as 90% per user. And because NComputing devices produce practically no heat, they reduce the need for energy-consuming air conditioning. Electricity savings alone can pay for the NComputing virtual desktops in as little as one year. No wonder NComputing has won so many green awards.

Leading the way

The kids in Lindsay Park are working in Canada’s first carbon-neutral computer lab.

Judson ISD’s wide-ranging green initiative includes the NComputing X-series. Their detailed presentation has valuable information that you can present to your district.

Save even more with energy rebates & discounts

Electrical utilities are offering incentives such as purchase rebates and lower electricity rates for using NComputing. Click here to learn about rebates.

“CO2 emissions were reduced by 3.5 tons per year in just one lab.”

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