Energyware Selected to Present at Southeast Venture Converence (SEVC)

From Jim Flowers, Director of business acceleration center VT KnowledgeWorks:

One of VT KnowledgeWorks’ members, Energyware, is one of only 40 companies from around the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions to present at the third annual Southeast Venture Conference (SEVC) on March 11-12, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia. Energyware provides efficient computing solutions which reduce cost and increase the value of enterprise IT infrastructure.

The 40 showcase companies, representing some of the most promising technologies in today’s innovative market and economy, will present before a national audience of venture capitalists, investment bankers and private equity investors.

Energyware’s green computing products apply proven supercomputing technology to significantly lower operational costs, while reducing carbon emissions, increasing reliability, and maintaining the performance of enterprise data centers.  EnergyFit software that manages energy usage of AMD and Intel based computer systems; and EcoMonitor provides a system-wide view of energy consumption in large data centers.

Last October, Energyware collaborated with Virginia Tech to earn first place among entries from over sixty research institutions at the Southeastern University Research Association's first annual Intellectual Property to Market (IP2M) competition. Virginia Tech’s EcoDaemon software saves significant amounts of the energy required by computer resources while increasing the reliability and longevity of hardware.


VT KnowledgeWorks is a unique growth enhancement program open to entrepreneurs in the New River Valley and beyond.  Acceleration center and incubation facilities are located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center in Blacksburg, Virginia.  Programs for Members are divided into two categories according to the evolutionary status of the member company.  Pre-Launch program components are carefully constructed to help market-worthy ventures organize, formulate strategy, obtain outside investment, and launch in an efficient manner.  Enterprise class members benefit from emphasis on strategic support for ongoing growth, continuing intra-preneurship, and professional development for the corporate leader.

VT KnowledgeWorks sponsors include Attaain, Inc., BB&T, Handshake 2.0, Harris Office Furniture, Hodges, Jones & Mabry, P.C., Latimer, Mayberry & Matthews IP Law, LeClairRyan, and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).

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