Red Hat Enterprise Linux Becomes 'Greener' OS

Monday, June 30, 2008

Network World's test examining power consumption to determine the 'greener' operating system validates Red Hat's efforts to move toward green computing. Network World ran multiple power consumption tests using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1, SUSE Enterprise Linux 10 SP1, and Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition on servers from Dell, IBM and HP.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux ranked at the top in keeping the power draw in check, pulling as much as 12 per cent less power than Windows 2008 on identical hardware.

"We continue to make green computing a company-wide effort and continuously examine power management features that can be implemented in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. As the saying goes, 'it ain't easy being green'. But at Red Hat, we're putting our best foot forward in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint on the earth."

Red Hat is involved in the development of projects that are focused on saving power.

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