As the COP26 meeting continues in Scotland and with a strong focus on climate change, VITEC is reassessing its production ecosystem to improve environmental impact by improving all product design, development and distribution processes, the company said in a statement.
How enterprises use video applications and resources to sustainably sustain them, such as Philippe Vetzel, VITEC CEO, Streaming Solutions, and Digital Signage Provider.
“The immediate challenge is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by moving towards carbon neutrality, but it will not be easy,” Wetzl said in a statement. “The video streaming sector needs to design products that use fewer raw materials, are easier to transport, use less energy and are more reusable. Greenpeg initiated the initiative to make and reimburse all emissions.
Video streaming represents more than 80% of Internet traffic by 2020. The Internet covers more than 2% of global warming, and the footprint is still growing. , According to the release.
Video demand in the workplace raises questions about the role of the enterprise video community in achieving the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement, which sets up a global framework to prevent the dangerous effects of climate change by limiting climate change to 2 degrees Celsius. Preferably 1.5 ° C.
“VITEC has initiated Greenpeg’s initiative to optimize the size, weight, and power consumption of MPEG technology,” Wetzel said. “GreenPEG products are carbon neutral throughout their production and use, then easily dispersed and reused in a sustainable way.”
A.D. Since its inception in January 2021, VITEC has decided to invest in carbon offset projects to offset all emissions, including all direct and indirect emissions. Going forward, all VITEC corporate video products will be ready and posted to meet Greenpeace.
“Compliance with the terms of the Paris Agreement is growing rapidly. Greenpeace VITEC – with its customers and suppliers – is helping to avoid the risk of exclusion from government tenders.