Financial Times

Softlogic introduces GREEN IT with DELL

Dell, a giant in the IT world, says it is fulfilling a commitment to become the ‘greenest’ technology company on the planet by driving environmental improvements throughout its global business and supply chain, and helping customers simplify and navigate green technologies.

The company in a press release, through its local authorised distributor Softlogic Trading (Pvt) Ltd, said it recently announced that it is transitioning all of its new laptop displays to LED mercury-free displays in the next 12 months. These are far superior in energy efficiency than the traditional displays, resulting in extraordinary cost and carbon savings.

Dell avoids using materials that are not environmentally friendly to manufacture their servers at the same time deliver the best performance. It said Dell desktop systems are designed to avoid the use of environmentally-sensitive materials and deliver the most performance per watt, with our Energy Smart technology design. Their latest OptiPlex models consume up to 70 percent less power than previous generations.

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