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  • 1. Green IT – For a Smarter Planet Andrew Milroy Vice President, ICT Practice APAC 22 July 2011 Andrew.milroy@frost.com Twitter: andy1994 We Accelerate Growth. 1
  • 2. Agenda www.frost.com• What is Green IT• Addressing the Environmental Impact of IT• Using IT to Reduce Energy Consumption in Key Sectors • Building Management • Smart Grids • Smart Cities • Logistics • eServices• Conclusion 2
  • 3. What is Green IT? www.frost.com• Using IT in a way that reduces its own environmental impact• Using IT in a way that can enable organizations to reduce any adverse impact that they have on the environment 3
  • 4. Green IT Taxonomy www.frost.com IT Whole of Energy Saving Infrastructure Organization IT Operations Change Change Conferencing & Virtualization Data Optimization Collaboration Recycling/Waste Management/ Remote Working Cloud Computing & Mobile Service Solutions Dematerialization Power Power Monitoring Data center Consumption and Management Redesign Monitoring & for IT Assets Management Building Low Energy Use Outsourcing Management Devices Systems 4
  • 5. Key Ways of Reducing IT’s Carbon Footprint www.frost.com Thin Data Energy Virtualization Provisioning Deduplication Management • Server and Storage • Improves storage • Optimizes storage • To gain detailed technology infrastructure efficiency, reduces insights on energy utilization by hardware costs by usage and costs • Running multiple allocating physical comparing objects involved in running virtual servers and storage from a stored in a storage the infrastructure storage areas on a virtualized pool of device and single physical storage dynamically, removing duplicate server as opposed to pre- copies • Allows IT managers allocation storage to exploit servers capacity in and storage spaces anticipation of efficiently application needs 5
  • 6. Potential Carbon Emission Savings by 2020 www.frost.com Data Centers Building Mgmt 166 MtCO2e 1.68 GtCO2e (39.05%*) (14.35%*) e-Services Logistics 1.52 GtCO2e 460 MtCO2e (7.8%*)Source: Smart 2020 report*Reduction in carbon emission as a percentage of total business segment carbonemission BAU in 2020 6
  • 7. IT Converges with Other Industries to ProvideGreen Offerings www.frost.com 7
  • 8. Importance of Building Management www.frost.com ● Buildings represent 40% of world’s energy demand, 33% in commercial and 67% in residential Addressable Global ● Worldwide energy consumption for buildings Market for BMS is expected to grow at 45% from 2002 to 2025 ● An acute increase in global carbon emissions; 92% from 2002 to 2050 is forecasted, if the USD 12* current trends are not altered billion in ● Buildings need to contribute 17% of 2013 emission savings by 2050 ● International Energy Association has called for an 8.2 gigatonne reduction directly through building energy efficiency measures*includes HVAC, BEM, Smart Windows, BIP products and services only 8
  • 9. Integration of Smart Grid with IntelligentBuildings www.frost.com 9
  • 10. Smart Grids – Becoming a Reality www.frost.com 10
  • 11. Smart Cities – Springing Up in Asia www.frost.com 11
  • 12. Logistics – Optimizing Supply Chains www.frost.com Supply Chain Transport Mgmt Warehouse Mgmt Mfrg. Execution Planning (SCP) Systems (TMS) Systems (WMS) Systems (MES) • Tools to help plan, • Provide automated • Provide automated • Fill the gap between forecast and procedures to procedures to high-level business optimize operations handle the handle the management tools across the entire transportation of receipt/return of and real-time supply chain goods. Include - stock, model the manufacturing Real-time vehicle representation of systems. • Features include – tracking, Vehicle physical storage, • Allow managers to Demand planning load and route manage existing and forecasting, remotely monitor optimization, stock etc. Often and modify orders, Safety stock Transport mode utilize Auto ID Data inventory,production planning, Supply selection, tracking Capture such as network planning, schedules etc,, of vehicle efficiency, RFID, barcode hence allowing for Distribution Transport costs and scanner, wireless Planning etc. greater efficiency loads simulations LAN etc. and savings 12
  • 13. eServices – Changing Behaviours www.frost.com Telecommuting Conferencing E-paper Online Media • Key function is to • Going Green Means • Using e-governance, • Replacing CDs with improve Conferencing, Not paper-based online media and productivity, reduce Flying services can be music would reduce greenhouse gas • Lower costs and moved into the the emissions emissions and digital environment associated with the greater reliability office property manufacturing and have made, • E-paper also costs conferences more reduces the distribution also • Corporations highly pervasive, emissions encourage their increasing associated with the employees to be technology-driven manufacturing and mobile meetings during distribution recession 13
  • 14. Conclusion www.frost.com • Reducing IT-related energy usage is becoming mainstream • IT is being used to reduce energy consumption across the supply chain • Building management, logistics, smart grids, smart cities and eServices are key areas in which IT can reduce energy usage in non-IT sectors • Recycling to become much more prominent issue 14
  • 15. www.frost.comThank You 15
  • 16. For Additional Information www.frost.com Donna Jeremiah Carrie Low Director Executive Corporate Communications Corporate Communications Asia Pacific Asia Pacific +603 6204 5832 +603 6204 5910 djeremiah@frost.com carrie.low@frost.com Jessie Loh Manager Corporate Communications Asia Pacific +65 6890 0942 jessie.loh@frost.com 16