Apple Will Warm up homes

Apple Will Warm up homes With Heat Generated by Data Center

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Apple Will Warm up homes With Heat Generated by Data Center

Apple Will Warm up homes. The Big Manzana is building a new data center in Denmark, and it has some interesting ideas on how to power the data center with renewable energy, while also giving back to the community.

Excess heat generated by the data center will be captured and returned to the local district’s heating system, which will warm up homes in the community.

The data center in the Jutland region will be partly powered by recycling waste products from farms. Apple is working with Aarhus University on a system that passes agricultural waste through a digester to generate methane, which is then used to power the data center. Apple Will Warm up homes.

The digester reaction turns some of the waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer, which Apple returns to local farmers to use on their fields. It’s a “mutually beneficial relationship,” Apple said in its environment report for 2016, released this week.

The data center in Denmark will be fully powered by renewable energy and won’t put stress on the local grid, Apple said.

 

Just in Denmark though….? nope

 

Apple is also building a data center in Athenry, Ireland, that will be powered by energy generated by ocean waves. Also,The iPhone maker is supporting the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland to develop the new source of energy, the company said. Apple Will Warm up homes.

Apple’s making a major push to be one of the greenest companies on the planet. Also, It’s new corporate headquarters in Cupertino, called Apple Park, will run on renewable energy. Also, The company has cut its use of toxic materials and is also using more recycled materials in its products and packaging.

Apple’s commitment to renewable energy was applauded by activist organization Greenpeace. Samsung, Huawei, and Microsoft now need to catch up, the organization said.

Apple Will Warm up homes With Heat Generated by Data Center

Siri, iMessage and other cloud-based applications are processed at Apple’s data centers. The company has five data centers in the U.S., which are all powered by renewable energy.

The two new data centers in Europe are expected to come online this year. The company is spending about US$1.8 billion to build the two data centers.

Apple also uses colocation facilities worldwide depending on the capacity it needs.

All of Apple’s data centers are operated on renewable energy, and that’s a goal Apple is chasing for all its facilities. About 96 percent of Apple’s facilities worldwide are now run on renewable energy, the company said. Apple Will Warm up homes.

In addition, Data centers tend to be the most power hungry tech facilities, and electricity requirements go up as computing moves into the cloud. As servers are saddled with more tasks, the processing requirements go up. As a result, more heat is generated, and Apple has found an innovative way to recycle heat.

To conclude, Many data centers find ways to recycle heat, while others let the resource go waste. Amazon recycles heat to warm up offices nearby, and other companies recycle the heat to generate hot water.

Iceland and the Scandinavian countries are hot spots to establish data centers. This is because of naturally cool weather and easy availability of hydropower.

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Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone

Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone, What to do?

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Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone. If you are one of the millions of Facebook users who have the Facebook app on your smartphone or iPad, you will unfortunately also be one of many who encounter the frustration of the app crashing and closing unexpectedly.

Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone, What To Do Now?

  • Quit App: Double click the home button and all ‘open’ or ‘active’ apps will display. Make sure you close the Facebook app there before doing any of the reset options.
  • Hard Reset: Hold down the sleep/wake and home buttons simultaneously for about 5-10 seconds or until the Apple logo appears. It will shut down and restart automatically. Then try re-opening the app. Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone.
  • Reinstall: Try deleting the Facebook app and reinstalling it from the app store. Hold your finger onto the Facebook app icon until it and all other apps jiggle and then select the cross (x) that appears to delete it. Then reload and restart and see if it works normally.
  • Up To Date Version: Ensure you have the latest version of the app available. You can check the app store for any updates.
  • Up To Date Software: Ensure you are using the latest version of the available software for the device that you are using (iPhone or iPad etc)
  • Conflict: You may be experiencing a conflict with a newly installed app and your Facebook app. If you have recently installed something, try to remove it and then open Facebook.
  • Resync: You can always resync your device with iTunes via your computer. That often alleviates a lot of problems.
  • Memory: Sometimes if your device is very low on memory there is not enough capacity for the app to operate normally. Go to: Settings>General>Usage and see the available space. If it is low, try deleting any apps you no longer want, any photos no longer needed and any videos or music. Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone.

Disconnect Facebook From Device Settings

Another option is to open the app and attempt to quickly log out before it crashes. Once logged out:

  • Go into your device settings and access the settings for Facebook
  • Select ‘Delete Account’ to log out of the Facebook connection – in other words de-link the iPhone or iPad from Facebook altogether.
  • Then re-launch the app and sign in and it should launch and load without error.
  • Then go back into settings and re-enter your Facebook username and password and reconnect (configure) the settings. Facebook APP Crashing on iPhone.
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