Bill Weihl
Green Energy Czar, Google, Inc.

Bill Weihl is Green Energy Czar at Google, where he leads efforts in energy efficiency and renewable energy, and also manages the company’s greenhouse-gas footprint. He spearheaded Google’s drive to become carbon neutral, helped found the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, and helped create the RE<C initiative to develop renewable energy cheaper than coal. He has extensive business and technical experience in high-tech, including ten years as a professor of Computer Science at MIT, five years as a research scientist at Digital’s Systems Research Center, and five years as Chief Architect and then CTO of Akamai Technologies.

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Administration
Location: Ballroom A7
James Turner (O'Reilly Media), Bill Weihl (Google, Inc.), Jim Oberholtzer (United States Bowling Congress), Allyson Klein (Intel Corporation)
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Large data center providers such as Google and Microsoft are taking significant steps to cut down their power and cooling requirements, but how about a typical company with a campus-sized data center? What can be done to make a server room full of rack-mounted 1U systems more efficient? Does virtualization hold the key? Are more cores better than less? Our panelists will clue you in. Read more.
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  • Google
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  • Sun Microsystems
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  • Novell, Inc.
  • Open Invention Network
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  • Schooner Information Technology
  • Silicon Mechanics
  • Symbian Foundation
  • Twilio
  • WSO2
  • Yabarana Corporation

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