News Article, 05/08/2013
Schools are normally the ones dishing out the lessons – but three secondary schools in Portugal’s capital city (pictured) have been taught how to cut their energy use by a quarter.
The saving was part of a pilot project to control and monitor energy use at the Lisbon schools which are made up of ten buildings and serve 3,600 students and staff.
News Article, 04/30/2013
Employees at the National Institutes of Health are expected to set their computers on standby when they leave work at the end of each day. If they don’t, a piece of software automatically does it for them.
IT officials said the policy saves the agency $19 per computer per year. That may seem like a sliver of the budget, but when multiplied by more than 25,000 terminals, it puts a noticeable dent in expenses.
News Article, 04/22/2013
Information Technology (IT) devices consume more than 25 percent of the energy in most buildings, according to Energy Star’s “Fast Facts on Energy Use,” and within the IT devices bucket, PCs are the biggest draws on plug loads, while printers often waste energy as well, says Verdiem, which makes products to reduce these loads.
News Article, 04/18/2013
According to The Carbon Trust, UK businesses are wasting as much as 30 percent of the energy they pay for, and that’s a significant bottom line issue for organisations of all sizes. One of the key culprits here is office equipment – second only to heating and cooling – particularly PCs that are estimated to account for 30 percent of IT energy use in most organisations. With energy costs likely to continue rising, the operational cost of running IT will become even more significant.
News Article, 04/11/2013
The federal government has been concerned with the costs of phantom power in IT devices for years. Back in 2001, President George Bush ordered agencies to slay what he called energy vampires, eliminating devices that used up too much standby power.
But like any good villain from a monster movie, government’s energy vampires were not so easily dispatched. In fact, it's possible that they have grown over the years.
Press Release, 04/03/2013
End User Print Data Delivers Insights to Reduce Print Costs by up to 30 Percent
SEATTLE, Apr. 3, 2013 – Verdiem today announced the general availability of its new software product, Verdiem Print & Power Analyzer, which builds on Verdiem’s market leading IT energy management and efficiency platform to improve efficiency and reduce operational costs of an organization’s end user computing and print environment. With Verdiem Print & Power Analyzer IT organizations can accurately measure end-user print activity, identify both local and networked printers, characterize costs, and analyze the data to uncover opportunities to optimize the print environment.
Press Release, 01/31/2013
Best-in-Class Approach Reduces IT Operational Costs While Saving Jobs or Fueling Top-Line Revenue Growth
SEATTLE, Jan. 31, 2013 – Verdiem, a leader in IT energy management software, today announced that the company has helped its customers save more than $50 million in 2012 with its IT energy management solutions. More than 700 companies with 2.5 million power-managed devices experienced up to 60 percent reduction in energy waste, delivering substantial savings as a result.
Press Release, 11/27/2012
Verdiem earns Highly Commended recognition for IT energy management innovations
LONDON, Nov. 22, 2012 - At tonight's annual Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards 2012 ceremony, Verdiem was among five finalists in the Information Technology category. Finalist solutions were recognized for their ability to deliver innovations capable of commercial exploitation, produce efficiency, security and management, and benefit society at large.
Press Release, 10/23/2012
Integrates IT Energy Management with Building Management Systems for Smart Buildings
SEATTLE, Oct. 23, 2012 – Verdiem, a leader in IT energy management software, today introduced Verdiem VBOX, the first IT energy management appliance, in conjunction with the release of Verdiem Surveyor Fall Edition 2012. VBOX is a fully integrated software and hardware solution for an easy, quick and affordable deployment.
Press Release, 09/04/2012
TF1 - France's Leading Mainstream TV Channel - Deploys Verdiem Surveyor IT Energy Management Software to cut PC Electricity Usage by Over 60 Percent
On target for full ROI within a year of Verdiem deployment, with annual cost savings of approx. €100,000 across TF1 Group PC estate
LONDON and PARIS - September 4, 2012 - Verdiem, a leader in IT energy management and efficiency software, has successfully deployed its Surveyor solution at TF1 Group - one of France's leading integrated media and entertainment groups and operator of France's no 1 TV channel for major events.
Surveyor's flexible functionality allows power saving policies to be precisely matched to customer requirements, resulting in dramatic reductions in TF1's PC energy consumption across some 4,000 PCs between 60 and 75 per cent.