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Ask.com becomes greener with help from Dell

Ask.com becomes greener with help from DellAsk.com is a search engine company just like Google is but not that popular outside the USA. Now when that has been explained lets get to the point shall we?

Ask.com recently started to work with Dell, the computer company, to transform their current servers to more energy-efficient severs with the use of Dell’s Data center Solutions Division. Ask.com has said that these new servers will use 30 percent less energy than the old ones and still be able to perform the same tasks.

But the story doesn’t end at more energy-efficient severs. Ask.com has also, as the first corporate customer, joined Dells "Plant a Tree for Me" program. It is said that thanks to Ask.com thousands of trees will be planted.

This "Plant a Tree for Me" program is a partnership with the Conservation Fund and Carbonfund.org and non-profit organizations.

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