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Ericsson on Track to Reduce Carbon Footprint 30%

Ericsson has published its 22nd Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report, stating that it is on track to reduce its carbon footprint by 30 percent of CO2e per employee by 2017, with a 10 percent reduction achieved in 2014. During 2014, Ericsson enhanced portfolio and operational efforts to reduce environmental impacts associated … Read more »

IBM, Cisco Top Smart City Suppliers List

IBM, Cisco Top Smart City Suppliers List

IBM and Cisco have maintained their positions as the top two smart city vendors, according to a leaderboard report from Navigant Research. However, the competition in the market is becoming more serious as cities look to deepen their supplier relationships and plan for larger-scale programs and deployments. Schneider Electric, for … Read more »

Cisco, Google Top Greenpeace IT Ranking

Cisco, Google Top Greenpeace IT Ranking

Cisco and Google have tied for first place in Greenpeace’s latest ranking of IT sector climate leadership. Google and Cisco both scored 58 out of a possible 100 on Greenpeace’s sixth Cool IT leaderboard after logging gains of five and nine points, respectively, over their 2012 rankings. The top five … Read more »

O2, HTC Find 82% of Customers Refuse Chargers

Mobile network O2 and phone maker HTC found that 82 percent of consumers during a three-month trial opted for the greener option and bought a mobile phone without a charger. The “Charger out of the Box” pilot launched in October to test whether customers wanted a charger included with their … Read more »

Wipro Tops Greenpeace Greener Electronics Guide

Wipro Tops Greenpeace Greener Electronics Guide

Indian technology firm Wipro debuted as No. 1 in the international version of Greenpeace’s Guide to Greener Electronics, unseating last year’s leader HP. Wipro scored a 7.1 out of 10, the most points out of the 16 companies in the annual ranking, largely due to its efforts to use renewable … Read more »