Green Communications has conducted a study to evaluate the carbon footprint of cloud, edge and Internet of Edges solutions. The results reveal that bringing digital services closer to producers and consumers of data and connecting them directly to each other, can reduce the carbon footprint of digital communications by a factor of 16. Access the full report here: Carbon Footprint of Cloud, Edge and Internet of Edges
Starting of Green PI experiments for healthcare and Industrial IoT applications.
Green PI enters the public Internet market.
Green Communications grows its team and expands its footprint in the Defense and Public Safety sectors.
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Green PI evolves and gives birth to the Internet of Edges (IoE). An Internet of Edges federates Green PI operating at multiple locations to create the equivalent of a large cloud distributed at the edges.
What is the Internet of Edges? What are the benefits for users, enterprises, data security and carbon impact of IoT infrastructures? Can an Internet of Edges be a real alternative to centralized cloud? Green Communications answers all these questions in:
Green Communications showcases a solar powered public Internet and edge cloud station at Viva Technology 2018 trade show in partnership with Orange. The stand-alone station offers a public Wi-Fi hotspot with local (edge) digital services such as a Chat, a file sharing service, and a local web without any power supply but the sunlight! This is made possible thanks to the Low Power YOI router of Green Communications. Find more information here.