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Worldwide CO2 Emissions Savings from Cloud Computing Forecast, 2021–2024: A First-of-Its-Kind Projection
By: Cushing AndersonProgram Vice President, IT Education and Certification, John F. GantzSenior Vice President, Daniel O'Boyle KellyVice President, IDC Global Partnering Practice, Custom Solutions, Jennifer CookeResearch Director, Edge Strategies, Sriram SubramanianResearch Director, AI/ ML Lifecycle Management Software, Ashish NadkarniGroup Vice President, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Gard LittleVice President, Global Services Markets and Trends, Rob BrothersProgram Vice President, Datacenter and Support Services, Marta Muñoz Méndez-VillamilSenior Research Director and Lead Technology & Sustainability Practice, IDC EMEA
This IDC study presents IDC's first global forecast of CO2 emissions savings from cloud computing.
"IDC has been tracking the server market and quantifying compute power for nearly all of its 50+ years," says John Gantz, senior vice president and former chief research officer at IDC. "And we have been putting this information to use quantifying the impact of computing on the environment in custom projects for a while. But this is, as far as I know, the first global assessment and forecast of the impact of cloud computing, specifically on the environment. It's enough to make a difference."
Cloud to Edge Datacenter Trends , Datacenter and Multicloud Networking , Digital Transformation: The Professional Services Opportunity , Enterprise Private Cloud , European Technology for Sustainability and Social Impact , Infrastructure as a Service Overview , Infrastructure Trends and Strategies: Enterprise Workloads , IT Education and Skills for Digital Transformation , Software and Hardware Support and Deployment Services
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