Electronic media infrastructures and gear are important components of global ICT as movies, television, music, and books all go digital. This post offers a global sampling of sustainability in e-media. A green production app is our latest find.
See much more by clicking on the "Green media" tag, above.
The "C" in ICT stands for "communications" and broadcast is a significant component of that industry and technology segment. Consider the statistics.
Upcoming Green ICT conferences and workshops around the world. We just added a 2016 event for the Philippines.
We have also included links to past conferences to aid your search for Green ICT materials.
Quiz: Which region has the most Green ICT conferences?
|"Green ICT– Bigger Than We Ever Imagined"
Come join Vertatique's Matt Peterson
for his keynote at GSICT 2015
The First IEEE International Workshop on Green Standardizations and Industry Issues for ICT and Relevant Technologies (GSICT) is being held in conjunction with the IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2015). I'm honored to be one of two keynote speakers for the event.
Here are some basics for production and postproduction facilities and practitioners seeking to improve the sustainability of their media work. Check out the recently-updated international resources on right for more resources and check out our posts about green media technologies, practices, and vendors.
Start off "Green from the Go"
Educate and engage your team. Bring in an outside resource to accelerate learning and work through cultural issues.
Companies and individuals are advancing innovative ideas with potential for mainstream Green ICT. These range from products and services available today to futuristic concepts for tomorrow. Our latest are mobile devices powered by plants and greener computer mouse.
Handling our gear's heat has always been an issue for installations large and small. ICT equipment typical took 1x-2x again more energy to remove its heat as it took to power it in the first place (PUE of 2.0+), driving both energy costs and carbon footprints. Early efforts focused on the two obvious tactics: make both the ICT gear and the air conditioning more efficient. We now see these augmented by innovative new approaches to the problem, ranging from seawater cooling to variable-speed fan retrofits.