The Climate Savers Computing Initiative, established by many of the world's leading computer companies will use the 2008 CeBIT trade show to drive home the green IT message. The Initiative is led by Dell, EDS, Google, HP, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft, as well as utility companies and World Wildlife Fund and will highlight its work at the event to be held in Hannover from 4 to 9 March.
Other supporters of the and include AMD, Delta Electronics, eBay, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Marvell Semiconductor, NEC, Sun and Supermicro. Ernst Raue, Chairman of Deutsche Messe, which puts on CeBIT said, "CeBIT will provide a single unified platform for discussion of all the key issues relating to Green IT. At a time of rapidly rising energy prices, Green IT offers business users the potential for significant savings in energy costs."
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