Sustainable Computing for a Sustainable Future
To address climate change, we need immediate action through systems change, technological innovation, and global collaboration. Intel is leveraging its experience and international influence as one of the largest semiconductor designers and manufacturers to move us all towards a future of more sustainable computing.
Sustainability Priorities Resonate Throughout Corporate IT Strategy, Operations, and Purchasing
Ensuring PCs are more sustainable has many downstream effects on an organization’s overall environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) goals, which means IT decision makers play a vital role as device purchasers. This Intel-commissioned Forrester paper explores how sustainability goals impact PC purchasing decisions.
Reverse Logistics in the Circular Economy
The circular economy encourages businesses to re-envision traditional linear product strategies and manage environmental impact from “cradle to cradle.” One key component of the circular economy is Reverse Logistics, the process of returning used products and components for re-use.
Intel’s Challenge: Net-Zero GHGs Across Operations
Intel has pledged to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in its global operations by 2040. In terms of technology development cycles, that's just around the corner. We're already making significant progress, having reduced almost 75% of GHGs over the last decade. In this blog, Executive Vice Presidents Dr. Ann B. Kelleher and Keyvan Esfarjani offer an update on the critical work now underway to meet this commitment.
Optimize Machine Learning Deployments for Sustainable Computing
AI builders can contribute to sustainable computing goals by optimizing Machine Learning (ML) deployments throughout their lifecycles. With a few incremental innovations to your ML deployment, you can reduce energy usage, helping your company reach its sustainability goals while also saving money.