Over at Rice University, Patrick Kurp writes that the recent Rice Oil & Gas HPC Workshop drew more than 500 attendees from industry and academia.
Although many initially thought that liquid and servers should probably never mix – what if the server cooling is done in a completely controlled and secured environment? Liquid submersion cooling has the potential to revolutionize the design, construction, and energy consumption of data centers around the world.
In this special feature from Scientific Computing World, Sean Ekins from Collaborative Drug Discovery explains to Robert Roe how science apps can be used for cheminformatics workflows. Delegates attending the SLAS2014 Conference in San Diego California from 18 to 22 January were able to download a conference app – available free from the iTunes store […]
Today Molex announced its new Impact 100-Ohm backplane connector, which combines speed and density in a modular package for high speed applications.
Today Mellanox announced that Zenovia Exchange, a real-time display media buying platform, selected Mellanox’s end-to-end FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand solutions to further improve transaction speed and bid decisioning for ad buyers.
HPC Wales is contributing to an international research project seeking to expand the lifetime of batteries powered by renewable energy.
Iceotope, the environmental cooling specialist, has announced the installation of its liquid-cooled servers inside the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) in Poland, a 3,200sq ft colocation facility offering shared HPC services to scientists, universities and researchers from around the world. The installation is part of the European PRACE Research Project (Partnership for Advanced Computing […]
One of the initial focuses of the new ExaScience Life Lab will be question of how supercomputers can accelerate the processing of entire genome sequences.