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Liquid Cooling for High-Performance Computer Clusters
27.06.2011 17:21
Liquid Cooling for High-Performance Computer Clusters

Russian engineers developed an innovative energy-efficient solution for high-performance computing – liquid cooling for all electronic components.

      
The solution offers using high-tech liquid cooling for existing server plates, based upon Intel processors. The innovation provides a computing cluster with systems of energy supply and cooling, storage system and improved software for high-performance computing.

      
New solution can also be used for cloud computing, for instance in private computing feature. 

      
Source: Science & Technologies


      
 

Author: Anna Kizilova

Tags: computing international cooperation    

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