CFO’s, COO’s, IT, HRD, Admin: Take Precautions September 26, 2006Posted by healthyself in Bioeffects, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Brainwave Interference, Budget, Buzzing, Cell phone industry, Cell phone safety, Cell Phones, Communication, Community, Computer Rooms, Cordless Phones, Decision Making, Digital, Electrical Components, Electrical Surges, Electrical Wiring, Electrochemical, electromagnetic, Electromagnetic Communications, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic Interference, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, Emergency Medicine, EMF Research, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Environment, Exposure, Financial Considerations, Frequencies, Funding, Government's role, Grants, Hand Portables, Handheld Units, Health related, High Frequencies, high voltage transmission lines, HOuseholds, HRD, Interdisciplinary, Internet, Legal Issues, Lifestyle, Long Term Health Risks, Low Frequencies, Magnetic, Memory Loss, Microwave exposure, Mobile Music, mobile telephones, Noise, Non Profit Organizations, Politics, Public Policy, Pulsed Radiation, Pulses, radiation, Radio Waves, Radios, Research, Research Needed, ringtones, Risk of Disease, Safe Levels, School administrators, Telecommunications, Telephony, Toxic Interactions, Traffic Pollution, Transfer, transmission, Who is Affected?, Workplace.
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“Research by the National Power Laboratories in Wisconsin shows that the average electronic machines modems, computers, etc.) experiences 3,000 transient events every month. Roughly 15% of all server crashes are caused by electromagnetic interference problems. These glitches cost U.S. industry $26 billion and the projected growth of this problem is at about 15% a year. Transients cause problems such as software crashes, hardware damage, and data loss or corruption. They all disrupt operations and cause economic losses. Transients can also have negative effects on human health. The greater the speed and the smaller microprocessors become, this makes them vulnerable to radiated and/or induced electromagnetic fields.
The internal configuration of the modern microprocessor is so compact that it is much more usceptible to electrical disturbances. The best way to cancel out the effects of undesirable transmissions is to screen electronic components from such sources. Organizations and applications ost affected by such problems include but are not limited to… Internet service providers, corporate
computer rooms, telecommunication and computer networks, e-Commerce facilities, electronic testing labs, banks, stock markets, industrial machinery, air-traffic control rooms, and many others.”