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Msg#: 3590751 posted 12:27 pm on Mar 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

Microsoft will release a set of best practices for administrators running data centers, focusing on energy-saving strategies the company is implementing in its own operations, CEO Steve Ballmer said Monday.

Ballmer said the company has for the last decade studied how to engineer its products to consume less power. He cited significant power use reductions in several products.
Windows Vista, the company's latest operating system, consumes 3 watts per hour when running in idle mode, compared to 100 watts per hour for Windows XP. In some configurations, Microsoft's Windows Server 2008, the company's next-generation server launched last week, uses 40 percent less power than Windows Server 2003, Ballmer said.

Microsoft's Energy-Saving Software Strategies [nytimes.com]

 

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