Go Green with Intelligent Power Management
The DQWeek / 3 January 2014
In 2012 data centres worldwide consumed over 322 TeraWattHours of electric energy – enough to power Russia for an entire year. With the rapid proliferation of devices increasing volumes and velocity of data as a consequence of increased usage of computers (mobiles, PCs and Servers), energy consumption in IT infrastructure is increasing rapidly. Read more
7 innovative Indian tech startups to watch out for
InformationWeek / 2 January 2014
Using its patented software, startup VigyanLabs is trying to create a new market by promising its clients 30-40 percent reduction in power consumption. In September 2012, the New York Times carried a thought provoking article, which claimed that data centers can waste 90 percent of more of the electricity they pull off the grid. This received a huge amount of backlash from some industry veterans.
Earth Hour saves 3MW hours of power
Times of India / 24 March 2013
About 3MW hours of electricity was saved in two months ending Saturday – observed as Earth Day – through a contest organized by Mysore-based Vigyanlabs Innovative Private Ltd.
The firm, in association with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), had conducted a contest ‘Friends of earth hour 2013 – the next green revolution’ on January 23, 2013. The firm also developed a software ‘Intelligent power management-plus’ which enables computers to save power.
NASSCOM announces winners of Innovation Awards 2013
Agency: DNA, Pune / 18 February 2013
The four winners were chosen from the 18 shortlisted out of 404 applications that were received and recognised for their exemplary contribution to the IT-BPM industry.
Mysore firm encourages computer users to save power
Times of India / 10 February 2013
Saving a few watts of power everyday in PCs can collectively make an impact to our planet. With this belief, city-based IT firm Vigyanlabs Innovations Private Ltd, in association with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), is conducting an Earth Hour contest across the globe.