Green technology conference launches

Technology Marketing Corporation released the program of educational sessions for their newest conference, Green Technology World.The event will be held September 11-12, 2007 at the Los Angles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.

Green Technology World is a first-of-its-kind event focusing on technologies businesses can implement now to reduce their carbon footprint, while actually improving their bottom lines.

Admission to the sessions and exhibits is free. Pre-registration is required at: www.greentechnologyworld.com/conference

According to Rich Tehrani, TMC president and Green Technology World Conference chairman, the biggest benefit to attendees of this first Green Technology World Conference is they will learn how to deploy the latest and greatest technologies to further their ‘green initiatives’.

“The focus of this new conference couldn’t be clearer to me - to educate attendees about how they can use technology to reduce their negative impact on the environment right now. The solutions discussed during the sessions - from green data center solutions to networking tools that conserve power to telecommuting and conferencing solutions that reduce travel - can all be deployed quickly and easily so businesses can begin making a difference today,” explained Tehrani.

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Tehrani continued, “In addition, deploying these technologies can significantly reduce costs by lowering power consumption and limiting travel expenses, thereby improving profitability.”

Sessions at the first annual Green Technology World Conference include:


Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Top Ten Ways to be GREEN through Better Networking
Presented by Cisco

Maximizing Benefits of a Virtual Workforce
Presented by Arise Virtual Solutions

Empowering Teleworking with IP Telephony and Web Services
Presented by BlueNote Networks, Inc.

Virtual Meetings: A Faster Path to Lowered Emissions
Presented by Polycom, Inc.

Alleviating the Carbon Footprint of Corporate Travel though
        Conferencing, Collaboration and Video Conferencing
Presented by IP Unity Glenayre

Green Case Study: Pat Lobb Toyota
Presented by Pat Lobb Toyota

The Greening of the Data Center
Presented by Digital Realty Trust, AMD, and Foundry Networks

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Paving the Way for a Greener Approach to Deploying Telecom
        Networks
Presented by RadiSys

Advanced TCA—Green Conferencing in Data Centers
Presented by Polycom, Inc.

Truly Green Application Specific Computer Design
Presented by Arlinx, Inc.

The Future of Green Technology
Presented by Ericsson, BT Conferencing USA, and Cincom Systems, Inc.
Admission to the sessions and exhibits is free for all pre-registered attendees. Registration is now open at: www.greentechnologyworld.com/conference.
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