Not only that, if you don't think you can get rid of something in your area, you can go anywhere you want in the world that has a CL platform. Most of us want to do our part to prevent global warming, but don’t really know how. The good news is, if each of us does our part to reduce our carbon dioxide emissions by just 2 percent a year, we could actually prevent the worst effects of global warming by the year 2050! The introduction of the Green Ethernet enabled D-Link Wi-Fi router series is part of an ongoing company-wide Green computing initiative that includes manufacturing environmentally-responsible products, optimising devices for ENERGY STAR certification and providing consumer education and recycling programs. For instance, manufacturing normal paper needs a large amount of natural resources that again leads to deforestation, soil erosion because of cutting of trees, and massive use of artificial energy. It’s very easy to use a paper towel to clean up a spill. The air then enters the core unit where it’s heated before moving into the home.
For home users that enjoy surfing the web, streaming movies from their PC to their TV or making internet phone calls, they can now do so knowing that they will not only be helping address the need for homes to reduce their carbon footprint, but also enjoy savings on their next electricity bill in the process. The D-Link Green Wi-Fi Routers achieve optimal energy savings when used with the Wi-Fi Scheduler, which provides a user-selectable radio shutdown option (adjustable by day and start/end times). "The time is right to offer consumers and organisations innovative Green technologies that embrace environmental concerns, offer cost savings and maximise performance," Mulholland added. Green products have penetrated into most American homes: 61.9 percent of respondents said they use some type of environmentally friendly product. Males age 65-69 are next - more than 1.7 times as likely to use than the average American. MSRP pricing of the DGS-1016D and DGS-1024D are $219.99 and $249.99 respectively. The next-generation D-Link 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch (DGS-2208); the 16-port (DGS-1016D) and compostable sandwich bags 24-port (DGS-1024D) unmanaged gigabit switches will also receive enhanced power-savings later this year.
The DGS -2205, which is already shipping, is one of four "environmentally friendly" small office/home office (SOHO) unmanaged gigabit switches from the company that will ship this year with newly enhanced power-savings. The DGS-2205 is one of four environmentally friendly small office/home office (SOHO) unmanaged gigabit switches that will ship this year with newly enhanced power-savings. Even, when a computer is shut down, switches often remain on and continue to consume considerable amounts of power. In recent years, networking solutions provider D-Linkhas been greening technology to the computer networking space, and now its Green switches have gotten a bit greener. With the year 2008 well under way, now is the perfect time to resolve to make 2008 your greenest year ever! This includes the garbage discharged at sea from boats and ships, as well as fishing trash. ALDO is absolutely strutting down the path to protecting the planet. Nature’s Path recently had their manufacturing facilities certified Zero Waste to Landfill.
D-Link Systems says it focuses on manufacturing environmentally-responsible products, eco-friendly packaging, optimizing devices for ENERGYSTAR certification, and providing consumer education and recycling programs. Take a minute to read this article and test your eco-friendly knowledge, maybe you will learn something you did not know! Start with your lights and the rest will follow. However, consumers will save money in lower electricity bills. Not only should that improve reliability and ultimately save everyone money, but it will go a long way to protecting our precious planet. Through D-Link Green technology, the new switches can detect when a computer is turned off and will respond accordingly by powering down. Also, unplug common appliances like your cell phone charger, computer and TV when not in use: if they’re plugged in, they’re draining energy even if they’re not turned on. The Green technology of D-Link conserves energy by recognizing when a port is active. The latest Wi-Fi routers integrate D-Link Green Ethernet; an innovative energy-saving technology that automatically detects connectivity status and cable length, and then adjusts power accordingly.