Singapore-based startup EverComm wants to help the semiconductor industry locate and reduce energy waste.
Singapore-based startup gridComm believes that the best way for cities to control streetlights would be to use the power lines as a network, and many cities certainly agree with its approach, writes Benjamin Cher.
Singapore’s data centres have a history of being energy-inefficient, but things look set to change with the Government stepping in with guidelines and policies for making data centres ‘greener’ – but more can be done, according to Bob Sharon, CEO of Green Global Solutions.
GreenTech Malaysia has signed a memorandum of understanding with Green Data Center LLP and Computer Recovery Facility Sdn Bhd that it hopes will lead to greater energy efficiency in the data centre sector.
Bell Labs, the industrial research arm of Alcatel-Lucent, said that today’s ultra-broadband mobile networks can make significant energy savings and performance gains by deploying a mix of macro and small cell radio base stations.
Xchanging’s Udaya Shankar looks at the energy management benefits of the ‘smart building.’
New immersion cooling technology drastically cuts energy and space costs Key to technology are new techniques and new super fluid by 3M
NEC Asia Pacific has announced a partnership with Singapore’s Economic Development Board (EDB) to develop smart energy products and solutions in the city-state.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh finds that TM R&D has moved away from its slow past and is morphing into a more dynamic organisation.
CommScope's Asia Pacific head of Enterprise Solutions James Young talks to Digital News Asia (DNA) about the company's new data centre on-demand offering and the rising importance of management tools and software.