VT KnowledgeWorks member company EnergyWare's co-founder Wu Feng was featured in the Virginia Tech News as one of 47 professionals worldwide to be recognized as a 2010 Distinguished Member by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Wu Feng was featured in the Virginia Tech News for Accelerator supercomputers dominate Green500 List’s Top 10.
Wu Feng was featured in the Virginia Tech News in 2009 for Latest Green500 List Shows supercomputers continuing to improve "fuel efficiency."
Additional accolades for EnergyWare:
Once again we present 50 technology and biotechnology companies TechJournal South believes are worthy of your attention. Some things to note: analytics – of text, of video, of voice – are of growing importance in this new media age. Among biotechnology companies, bringing the immune system to bear on cancer and inflammation is being approached from a number of directions. Effective new treatments for diseases that do the most damage, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and deadly infections remain Holy Grails much sought after. Software that saves money, energy, or time is still a hot commodity. Software that increases efficiency is equally important and again has a measurable ROI. And, just about anything associated with cleaner energy or more efficient energy use is increasingly on the forefront…
A Virginia Tech spinout, Energyware sells software based on patented technology that reduces energy insfrastructure and is currently targeting top tier data centers, where it believes its software can lead directly to over $500,000 a year in savings for the client in energy costs. Saving money, saving energy. Sounds like a winner.
From VBF's blog, moreFRONT, and its list of biographies of the entrepreneurs:
"nanoCom founder and president, Bob Summers has worked in the development of Internet communication software since 1992 and is considered a leading videoconferencing technology expert. He has been a consultant, software designer, author and speaker. MBA from MIT, training from Harvard Business school and a Computer Engineering degree from Virginia Tech. He co-founded 460 Capital Partners, a first seed and early stage fund and EnergyWare, a green computing company."
You're invited to read more about EnergyWare on Inside VT KnowledgeWorks.
EnergyWare, a member company of VT KnowledgeWorks, develops and markets efficient computing software solutions to data centers. EnergyWare is delivering solutions which make green computing a reality for large and small enterprises around the world.
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