Bull to Deliver Petaflop Liquid-cooled Super to Dresden University of Technology

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French Supercomputer vendor Bull has signed a €15 Million deal with Dresden University of Technology for a petaflop supercomputer using innovative liquid cooling.

The Direct Liquid Cooling (DLC) technology developed by Bull is implemented in the new bullx supercomputer. With DLC, the HPC blades can be cooled with warm water, by evacuating the heat generated by the main components as close as possible to the source of heat, i.e. the processors and memory. With this market-leading technology, the compute blades are much more energy-efficient than standard HPC blades,” said Thomas Weselowski, Director of Extreme Computing at Bull Germany.

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