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  1. Making legislation work for IT Where to from here ? ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  2. Background • COAG initiatives on sustainability. • ACS & AIIA - • Sustainability in Education. • E3 Programme–Equipment Energy Efficiency GREEN IT ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  3. Where are we now? • Global expansion of ICT infrastructure • High power consumption PCs • Motor vehicle industry exploring carbon saving alternatives • IT profession at bottom of learning curve of ICT Sustainability ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  4. Sustainability in ICT Systems • Raising awareness of social responsibility (VET & community). • Extension of existing IT courses to include GREEN IT. • Benefits to industry - $avings & RoI. ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  5. Sustainability in ICT Systems Five new units for a short course in ICT sustainability • Install and test power saving hardware. • Install and test power management software. • Install and test renewable energy system for ICT networks. • Install & test thin client low powered workstation fed by Power over Ethernet for Web 2.0. • Implement server virtualisation for a sustainable ICT system. ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08


  6. Sustainability in ICT Systems Course status: • Developed and accredited for 2009 delivery. • Piloted at Petersham TAFE. • Will be delivered in many TAFE centres. • Delivery and Assessment resources produced. ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  7. Power saving strategies • Power saving hardware. • Power management software. • Short Video ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

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  10. 2 Different PC’s Used ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08 • Server - Abit Core2Duo - Compact Media Desktop - High performance with reduced energy inputs • Workstation - Via MM 3500 Integrated Platform Motherboard - - Low energy consumption (one of the lowest available) - Energy to performance trade off

  11. Power Consumption ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  12. Performance ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  13. Payback Period ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  14. Renewable Energy ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  15. Solar Panel Installation ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  16. Wind Turbine Installation ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  17. Concept Overview ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  18. Server Virtualisation • Power saving over multiple physical servers • Simplifysystem administration by integrating all servers into one physical machine • Server hardware resource optimisation ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  19. VMware Server Virtualisation Concept Applications Operating System ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  20. Power Consumption Comparison vs 5 Physical Virtual Server servers ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  21. Virtual Server ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  22. The road ahead.... • IT needs to quickly advance to another level on ICT Sustainability • Promulgate results and techniques through the profession • How to get on the road... • Focus on training and education sector • educating the young professionals • TAFE NSW new course: • “Sustainability in ICT Systems” • Technical AND Practical knowledge • Further developments will be implemented as we progress. ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08

  23. Presenters • Franco Salaun • Manager, Telecom & Networks Programs. • Business, Arts & Information Technology Curriculum Centre. TAFE NSW • Stanley Tonkins • Chartered Professional Engineer • Lecturer/developer of programs at TAFE on • Telecommunications and Networks • Information Technology ACS – TAFE 17th Nov 08