CeBIT 2009:the first in the world 0-Watt PC from Fujitsu Siemens
March 4, 2009, 11:56 am
At the CeBIT 2009 exhibition, taking place today in Hanover, the company Fujitsu Siemens Computers introduced the first in the world 0-Watt PC. New computers do not consume energy in the off and in sleep mode, while still manageable. This was made possible through the solution developed at the plant Fujitsu Siemens Computers in Augstburge. PCs are capable of diving to the standby mode with zero energy, without second or hardware disabled. According to Gartner, many companies, employees do not switch off computers at night, as the fear of reducing productivity in the event that patches and updates will be installed in the daytime. If there is a need to control such a machine in a time - for example, want to update the software - a system administrator has a possibility to adjust the time in which the computer will wake up and wait for updates. At the end of this time the PC goes back to standby mode with zero energy consumption. The user can turn on the computer using a conventional circuit breaker, located on the front of the PC. A zero power consumption in sleep mode - not the only green feature innovations. They use environmentally friendly components, including motherboards, energy-efficient processors and chipsets Intel, effective BP. Computers ESPRIMO E7935 0-Watt and the ESPRIMO P7935 0-Watt will go on sale early this summer.