Power Electronics

Power Management Firm Joins Computer-Efficiency Initiative

Power-One has joined the Climate Savers Computing Initiative (CSCI) as an Associate Member. Bill Yeates, Power-One’s CEO, commented, “As a CSCI Associate Member, Power-One has committed to continue to produce power systems that meet or exceed the efficiency standards published each year by the initiative. Not only is this commitment important to our environment, it is also vital to the Company’s financial performance since approximately 15% of Power-One’s 2007 revenues will ship to data-server and storage applications.”

The goal of the CSCI is to bring together industry, consumers, and conservation organizations to significantly increase the energy efficiency of computers and servers. CSCI board-of-director members include: Dell, Electronic Data Systems, Google, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft, Pacific Gas & Electric, and the World Wildlife Fund.

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