AT&T joins Green Grid

AT&T has joined the worldwide Green Grid consortium working on ways to improve energy efficiency in data centers and corporate computing systems. Telcos such at BT and Verizon Business already are part of the group, and with increasing implementation of green strategies across many industries, AT&T certainly will not be the last telco to join the Green Grid.

As Telephony reports, AT&T also is seeing the customer-facing benefits of thinking green, having launched a managed telepresence service and now testing multimedia access gateways that can support home environmental control applications.

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