Do you have a large fleet of PCs? It can be a struggle to make sure they are all switched off when they’re no longer in use. With Verdiem, you have the power to switch your PCs to an ultra-low power state, saving between 30-60% of your energy costs and reducing your carbon footprint. You can even set up different power policies for different groups of PCs, so they’re only on when they need to be.
For a large number of PCs, relying on users to switch them off when they’re no longer needed sometimes just isn’t feasible. Maybe you have a computer lab that’s in use 24/7 but has much less activity overnight – do you leave those PCs on constantly, wasting energy and increasing your bill? With Verdiem, you can switch those PCs to an ultra-low power state so they don’t use as much energy when they’re not in use. You could save up to 60% on your energy bill.
Chippewa Valley Technical College have thousands of PCs across campus.
But with their IT team centralized in only one location, how could they keep up with such a demanding PC fleet?
They took back the power with Verdiem.
Chippewa Valley Technical College can easily control the power state of all their PCs, whether they are in a lab in Menomonie or powering digital signage in Eau Claire.
Read on to see how much Chippewa Valley Technical College have saved in energy, bills and greenhouse gas emissions.
See How Much You Could Save
We typically save 30-60% of power consumption with Surveyor. This generally works out to be about 100kWh per computer per year or sometimes more.
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(Average per kWh)
This indicative saving is calculated as follows:
No of computers x 100kWh saving per computer x Average cost of energy per kWh = Annual Saving