Leader In PC Power Management Recognized For Creating New Opportunities In Green Technology
Seattle, WA – Monday, October 18, 2010 – Verdiem, the leader in enterprise PC power management software, today announced that the company has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the GoingGreen Silicon Valley Top 100 winners. Inclusion in the GoingGreen Silicon Valley 100 signifies market leadership and game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets and entrenched players.
California Department’s of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Health Services and Transportation Among Several State Agencies Using Verdiem PC Power Management Software to Reduce PC Energy Consumption
Seattle, WA - June 7, 2010 - Verdiem today announced that several California state agencies, municipalities, schools and universities are taking a leading role in reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions.
Deployment of Verdiem’s PC Power Management Software Results in More Than 30 Percent Reduction in Energy Costs
Seattle, WA – Tuesday, May 25, 2010 – Verdiem, the leader in enterprise PC power management software, today announced that the City of Santa Monica has received Outstanding Achievement for Sustainability from the Public Technology Institute (PTI) for its successful deployment of Verdiem’s PC power management solution. Since deployment, the City of Santa Monica has reduced its energy costs by more than 30 percent, resulting in a return on investment within 12 months and the elimination of 137,890 pounds of greenhouse gasses annually.
New Energy Management Platform Software from Verdiem Powers Cisco’s EnergyWise Orchestrator, Providing Industry’s First Intelligent Energy Management for PCs and Networked Devices
Seattle, WA – April 27, 2010 –Verdiem today announced that it has entered into an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) agreement in which Verdiem’s next generation energy management software serves as the foundation for Cisco’s EnergyWise Orchestrator, creating the first unified energy management solution for PCs and networked devices. Cisco will market and sell Verdiem’s new energy management system under the Cisco EnergyWise Orchestrator brand through its worldwide sales and channel network.
Deployment of Verdiem’s PC Power Management Software To More Than 27,000 PC’s Producing More Than $1 Million In Annual Savings
Seattle, WA – Monday, February 1, 2010 – Verdiem, the leader in enterprise PC power management software, today announced that the Partners Healthcare has deployed Verdiem’s SURVEYOR on more than 27,000 of its networked PC’s. Since deployment and enforcement of SURVEYOR’s energy policies, Partners Healthcare has realized a 39.5 percent reduction in energy costs, resulting in more than $1 million in annual savings.
Deployment of Verdiem’s PC Power Management Software is Key Component of Sustainability Program Committing to a 50 Percent Absolute Reduction in Carbon Emissions by 2020
“Reducing carbon emissions is one of our key sustainability goals and Verdiem’s PC power management solution has quickly demonstrated results by producing tangible reductions in our energy consumption.”
~ Wayne Shurts, Cadbury’s Chief Information Officer
Deployment of Verdiem’s PC Power Management Software Is Key Component of Cox Conserves Program To Reduce Company’s Nation-Wide Carbon Footprint By 20 Percent
“One of the best things about Verdiem SURVEYOR, from an IT perspective, is that it’s invisible. People don’t even know it’s there. We’re saving nearly 40% on power usage, but we have no impact on the operation whatsoever.”
~ Peter West, Vice President of Information Technology and Operational Development
PC Power Management Software Helps City Cut Costs by Reducing PC Energy Waste
Seattle - April 17, 2007 - Verdiem, the leading developer of power management software for PC networks, today announced that the City of Boston has reduced PC energy use by an average of 44 percent on all computers using Verdiem's SURVEYOR software. Using SURVEYOR, the City of Boston is saving an average of 180 kWh of electricity or about $25 per PC annually. The city installed this software on all PCs at Boston City Hall in February 2007.
Verdiem Contract Simplifies Purchases for State Agencies, Cities, Counties, Schools and Qualified Non-Profits
Seattle - Sept. 13, 2006 - Verdiem, the leading developer of power management software for PC networks, today announced it has been awarded a master contract by the State of Washington's Department of Information Services (DIS). The master contract, issued as a result of a competitive solicitation run by the DIS, satisfies the state's competitive acquisition requirements and enables state organizations to simplify purchasing decisions and processes.