Nowadays, with energy prices rising, both consumer and enterprises are looking for ways to effectively save energy - but without changing the familiar working style. When looking at a typical Computers work day, soon you find out that there are many times when it is running but not being used.
First, there is the integrated Windows power management from Microsoft which is a good approach but still offers a lot room for technical improvements, especially in networked environments - in which some machines are dependent on others and in complex work outines that require a flexible and intelligent power management control way beyond the standards. The Windows solution is based on direct interactivity with the PC. However, during a long internet download, who wants to press a key every couple of minutes so that the machine finished the download without interruptions?
This also applies for many different tasks such as encrypting data, overnight Backup processes, TV-recording, live PowerPoint-Presentations, Copy- Delete- or Defragmentation of hard drives, maintenance work, machine controlling and many others.
Considering the hundreds of thousands of Display-PCs in shop windows and at tradeshows that would usually need to run12-14 hours a day instead of 24
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