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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | Ghana | Volume 3 Issue 5, May 2014
Analysis and Design of Green IT in Society Performance
Sudhakar Murugesan | Seenuvasan Arumugam
Abstract: The converging trends of society's desire/need for more sustainable technologies; exponentially growing power concentration within more computing devices; have predictably hard-pressed power and energy management into the forefront of computing design for purely economic reasons. The development of computer information and communication technology has continually affected the creation of new applications based on emergent technologies. The dark side of Moore's Law is our society's insatiable need to constantly upgrade our computing devices. As per Moore's law used demonstrates the potential benefits of reusing mobile phones by analyzing their design for accumulate energy. The key challenge is the propose of software that can adapt to excessive heterogeneity of devices. We also portray different types of heterogeneities among unusual generations of mobile phones and iPad including processing ability; storage source and various facial appearances. We propose insights to aid establishing a sustainable model of designing mobile applications for PC and Laptop reuse. Our approach to Extending Amdahl's law to categorize optimal power-performance configurations necessitate considering the interactive effects of power; performance and parallel overhead. The first wave of these efforts is commonly identified as green computing where the accent has been first and foremost make light of power usage for datacenters and technical equipments.
Keywords: Green IT, Moores Law, Amdahs Law
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 5, May 2014,
Pages: 844 - 848