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Top 12 Green-IT Vendors

By Computerworld Us Staff, Computerworld
April 20, 2009 12:30 PM ET

Computerworld - Technology vendors and data center suppliers were also invited to participate in Computerworld's search for the Top Green-IT Organizations. These companies completed the same survey as the end-user organizations and were judged on the same criteria -- most notably, on their IT departments' efforts to reduce energy consumption in their IT equipment, and to use technology to conserve energy and lower carbon emissions. Here are the top 12, in ranked order:

A New Green Gold Standard
How we determined the Top Green-IT Organizations

1. IBM, Armonk, N.Y., www.ibm.com (last year, No. 1)

2. Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, Calif., www.hp.com (last year, No. 7)

3. Fujitsu America Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif., www.fujitsu.com/us (last year, No. 5)

4. Microsoft, Redmond, Wash., www.microsoft.com (last year, No. 6)

5. Qualcomm, San Diego, www.qualcomm.com (last year, No. 3)

6. Dell, Round Rock, Texas, www.dell.com

7. Aplicor, Boca Raton, Fla., www.aplicor.com (last year, No. 4)

8. BT Group PLC, London, www.btplc.com (last year, No. 2)

9. Applied Materials Inc., Santa Clara, Calif., www.appliedmaterials.com

10. Entrust, Dallas, www.entrust.com

11. Compellent Technologies, Eden Prairie, Minn., www.compellent.com

12. Terremark Worldwide, Miami, www.terremark.com

Next: How we chose the winners

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