Friday, September 16, 2016

A Look at New Power & Cooling Technologies for HPC

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks at some interesting new developments in HPC Power & Cooling:
  • Solar-Powered Hikari Supercomputer at TACC Demonstrates HVDC Efficiencies. The HVDC technologies in the Hikari supercomputer at TACC could save 15 percent compared to conventional systems. "The 380 volt design reduces the number of power conversions when compared to AC voltage systems," said James Stark, director of Engineering and Construction at the Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC), a Division of NTT FACILITIES.
  • Aquila Launches Liquid Cooled OCP Server Platform. Using a fan-less design based on liquid cooling technology from Clustered Systems, the new Aquarius rack from Aquila can support up to 100 Kw.
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