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(1) Estimated energy and paper savings based on analysis of select HP Managed Print Services customers’ imaging and printing operations using data gathered on their devices and paper consumption and comparing to post-MPS actuals and/or projections.
(2) Based on U.S. Dept. of Energy data that states an average home emits consumes 11,000 kWh per year.
(3) By 2010, HP plans to reduce the energy consumption of volume desktop and notebook PC families by 25 percent, relative to 2005. Energy consumption is defined as watts consumed in “idle” mode (using the ENERGY STAR test protocol). The improvement will be calculated by averaging the energy consumption of desktop and notebook platform across shipped volume.
(4) Energy consumption is defined as watts consumed in “idle” mode (using the ENERGY STAR test protocol). The improvement was calculated by averaging the energy consumption of desktop and notebook platform across shipped volume.
(5) Miercom, “Lab Testing Summary Report: Power Efficient Ethernet Switches,” December 2008. Miercom has certified a wide range of HP ProCurve products from advanced core switches to small and medium business edge switches as Certified Green.
(6) Based on published IDC total 2005 x86 rack and blade server volumes and DL380 G4 and G6 SPECpower_ssj2008 power and performance results posted on www.spec.org.
(7) Based on ProLiant G6 SPECpower_ssj2008 power and performance results posted on www.spec.org.
(8) Compared to power consumption of previous generation ProLiant G5 servers.
(9) Energy efficiency based on HP testing.
(10) Based on ENERGY STAR FAQ.
(11) The tonnes of CO2 avoided is based on power plant emissions that otherwise would occur to generate the electricity saved; cars removed is based on annual emissions from cars burning gasoline.
(12) Calculation assumes that each half-liter, one-use plastic water bottle weighs 11 grams: http://dogmatic.com/MNR/aquafina/ecofinabottle/documents/EcoFinaFactSheet.pdf.
(13) According to internal analysis of available external data, conducted by HP’s Imaging and Printing Group’s Research Alliance.
(14) Based on American Express Business Travel’s 2009 Global Business Travel Forecast and Trends Report. The report shows the average cost per domestic trip in North America will increase by 1.2 percent to $1,002 in 2009. Last year, American Express estimated a 3.9 percent increase for 2008. The average cost per international trip for North American business travelers will increase by 3.5 percent to $3,452. Last year, American Express estimated a 7.8 percent increase for 2008.
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