Inconspicuous consumption: Death by a thousand small network devices

Household small network devices (such as modems, routers, gateway, switches, and others) used by 88 million U.S. homes consume about $1 billion worth of electricity annually, but this number can be lowered by about one third ($330 million) if these devices can achieve the same efficiency as the t...

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