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Thursday, 10 May 2007 10:32

IBM wants to go greener

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IBM says that it is investing more than a billion dollars to work out ways to make corporate computing centres more energy efficient.

In a press release, IBM says that it will reoutfit the "data centres" it operates and help its customers redo their own with multiple power-saving approaches.

While the move will save it money in the long term, IBM sais the move is part of being a greener company.

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