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HP Targets HPC with New Approach to Water Cooling

Jun 10, 2014 |

HP has announced a new family of high performance computing systems that target a balance between high density, energy efficiency, and raw performance. The line, called “HP Apollo” is divided in half for key workloads and needs, with the air-cooled Apollo 6000 system aimed at enterprise users and the liquid-cooled Apollo 8000 focused on large-scale Read more…

SGI Revamps Altix ICE Design

Jul 5, 2011 |

For the past five years, SGI’s Altix ICE platform has been the company’s bread and butter HPC cluster offering. That trend looks to continue as they gear up for their fifth generation design. But this iteration of Altix ICE, codenamed “Carlsbad 3,” is more than just a processor and InfiniBand refresh.

3D Chip Technology Readies for Take Off

Mar 14, 2011 |

Three-dimensional chip stacking beings path to commercialization.

Startup Makes Liquid Cooling an Immersive Experience

Aug 31, 2010 |

There’s nothing like a blazing hot summer to focus one’s attention on the best ways to keep cool. That goes for datacenter operators as well, who are equally worried about keeping their servers properly chilled. While there is no shortage of innovative cooling solutions being proffered by various vendors, a new liquid immersion cooling solution from startup Green Revolution Cooling could end up being the best of them all.

Supercomputers When They Sizzle

Jul 15, 2010 |

Beating the heat with liquid cooling.

The Week in Review

Jul 8, 2010 |

OCF doubles computing power for University of Edinburg researchers; and Aquasar system with innovative water-cooling technology deploys at ETH Zurich. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.

All Servers Could Be Water-Cooled In Ten Years, Says IBM

May 15, 2009 |

Big Blue thinks mainframe-style cooling is poised for a comeback.