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The whole power management utility software space sort of reminds me of the days when security was considered really separately of the network. So perhaps it isn’t surprising that high-tech security entrepreneur, Tom Noonan, co-founder of Internet Security Systems (which as acquired by IBM for $1.5 billion) has opted to return to the industry at the helm of power management policy company Joulex.
The company has closely married the principles of network management with power management: basically, if it’s on the network the Joulex Energy Manager software can turn it off. That includes everything — IP phones, servers, routers, hubs and such.
Noonan says that the policy engine in Joulex helps companies analyze energy consumption and then act to reduce it, in turn reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. These policies can help save between 40 percent and 60 percent of the IP device power consumption in your organization, he estimates.
“We believe in the fact that conservation is the biggest reservoir of energy out there,” Noonan says.
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