Go Green Innovation Award
The Go Green innovation award recognizes companies who have demonstrated leadership by utilizing information technology solutions that support sustainable initiatives. NComputing's solutions are not only helping organizations expand their computing footprint, they are enabling them to do so while decreasing their carbon footprint by reducing e-waste materials in their environment. Not only does it feel good to be good to the environment, real savings are to be had for your green choices, resulting in a giant boost in efficiency and productivity as well as reduced computer, operational, and energy costs.
Past Go Green Award Recipients
Government of Puerto Rico
The governor of Puerto Rico was singled out for the island’s deployment of NComputing devices that are used with the Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 operating system. The island’s overall initiative is to provide all students and citizens Internet access in all public schools in each municipality, as well as the opening of free Internet cafes around the island, which includes over 200 schools and Internet centers in 78 municipalities.
Center of Excellence, India
The Center of Excellence has deployed over 100 NComputing thin clients in training labs for the Government of Bihar. Benefits include 56% savings in energy consumption and significant reduction in cost and time spent on maintenance repairs.
The Education Volunteers Foundation of Turkey, Istanbul
Since the deployment of NComputing‘s desktop virtualization solution, TEGV has calculated a 77% reduction in energy consumption, simultaneously cutting costs and achieving environmental goals. The extended use of green technologies is driving awareness to their students regarding the benefits derived from an eco- friendly lab.
Amity University, India
NComputing virtual desktops have provided Amity University with a flexible and cost effective solution addressing their network efficiency, maintenance, and energy costs of running multiple workstations. Because of this success, Amity University has plans to replace all outdated and obsolete PC desktops with NComputing thin client devices.