Fujitsu paints itself green-er

Summary:Fujitsu America joins the list of high-tech giants touting corporate level initiatives to reduce carbon emissions and keep their aging products out of global landfills.The company is tying its green strategy to its Triole platform for IT optimization, which cuts across its servers, storage and laptop computers.

Fujitsu America joins the list of high-tech giants touting corporate level initiatives to reduce carbon emissions and keep their aging products out of global landfills.

The company is tying its green strategy to its Triole platform for IT optimization, which cuts across its servers, storage and laptop computers.

For those inclined to keep score, Fujitsu currently has nine Silver-rated and three Bronze-related products under http://www.epeat.net/ (the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool). Its four latest notebooks announced a couple of weeks ago comply with the stricter Energy Star 4.0 guidelines. The company claims that its Primergy TX120 server has the lowest carbon footprint in the world.

Topics: Servers, Hardware, Laptops, Storage

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