TSB launches £1.25m search for energy-efficient computers

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New demonstrator competition offers consortia grants of up to £100,000 to reduce consumption of computers, mobile devices, and chips

Up to £1.25m of public funding is being made available for research into technologies that reduce the energy usage of computers and communications devices. The government-backed Technology Strategy...

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