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Verne Global Announces Data Center Sustainability Metrics

August 8, 2022 – Verne Global, provider of sustainable data center solutions for high intensity compute, today unveiled sustainability metrics and targets intended to provie transparency of the environmental impact of their data center operations. During 2021, greenhouse gas emissions at the company’s Icelandic data center campus in Iceland were: Scope 1:         […]

Lenovo Brings a Decade of Liquid Cooling Experience to the Faster, Denser, Hotter HPC Systems of the Future

[SPONSORED CONTENT]  HPC systems customers (and vendors) are in permanent pursuit of more compute power with equal or greater node density. But with that comes more power consumption, greater heat generation and rising cooling costs. Because of this, the IT business – with a boost from the HPC and hyperscale segments – is spiraling up […]

Green Revolution Cooling Announces Lineup for Data Center Liquid Immersion Cooling Awareness Month

AUSTIN – July 28, 2022 – GRC (Green Revolution Cooling), maker of single-phase data center liquid immersion cooling, announced today the lineup of participants for the second annual Liquid Immersion Cooling Awareness Month in August. Joining GRC in the initiative are Dell Technologies, Intel, HTS, eSmart Systems, RED, the Texas Advanced Computing Center, Texan by […]

The More You Scale, the Less You Pay … No, Really

Ansys Cloud, the managed cloud service provided by Ansys and enabled on Microsoft Azure, recently announced availability of 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors with AMD 3D V-Cache with HBv3 virtual machines (VMs). The development unites three powerful catalysts of innovation — chip development, simulation, and cloud computing — to offer a more robust, three-layered approach to computing without on-premises hardware restrictions.

The Evolution of HPC Storage: More Choices Yields More Decisions

[SPONSORED CONTENT] The past few years have brought many changes into the HPC storage world, both with technology like non-volatile memory express (NVMe) or persistent memory, and the growth of software defined storage solutions. Gone are the days when IBM Spectrum Scale (secretly, we know we all still call it GPFS) or Lustre were the only real choices in the market. In retrospect, the choice was easy: you picked one of the two and away you went.  And nobody ever wondered if they made the right choice.   

Cadence to Acquire Data Center Digital Twins Company Future Facilities

SAN JOSE — Cadence Design Systems, Inc. announced today it has agreed to acquire Future Facilities, a provider of electronics cooling analysis and energy performance optimization solutions for data centers using physics-based 3D digital twins. Terms were not disclosed. “The addition of Future Facilities’ technologies and expertise supports the Cadence Intelligent System Design strategy and […]

Overcome Form Factor and Field Limitations with AI/HPC Workloads on the Edge

In this sponsored post, our friends over at Silicon Mechanics discuss how form factor, latency, and power can all be key limitations, but find out how key advancements in technology will allow higher performance at the edge. For this discussion, the edge means any compute workloads taking place outside of both cloud and traditional on-prem data centers.

Scalable Inferencing for Autonomous Trucking

In this sponsored post, Tim Miller, Vice President, Product Marketing, One Stop Systems, discusses autonomous trucking and that to achieve AI Level 4 (no driver) in the vehicles, powerful AI inference hardware supporting many different inferencing engines operating and coordinating simultaneously is required.

Ericsson Group CIO Joines Board of HPC Colo Provider atNorth

Stockholm – 16 June 2022 – atNorth, a Nordic data center operator based in Iceland, today announces the appointment of Mats Hultin to its board of directors. As CIO and head of Group IT at Ericsson, Mats is responsible for Ericsson’s internal digital platforms for innovation and user experience.  He brings valuable knowledge of enterprise digitization to […]

Two Key Considerations of a Composable Infrastructure Cluster

In this sponsored post, our friends over at Silicon Mechanics indicated that these days, they’re getting a lot of interest from clients about composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI), including what the most critical elements are for CDI-based clusters. Successful deployments are more likely when clients understand why their design team focuses on certain areas more than others and how design decisions can impact end user experience, so this article outlines some key elements of CDI-based clusters.