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Microsoft Data Sub Yields Reliability Gains

Microsoft said its two-year trial run with an underwater datacenter is a concept that holds water. The company commenced Project Natick in 2015 during a proof-of-principle deployment in the ...Full Article

Data Center Power and Cooling: What’s Hot
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The legendary baseball coach Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t the heat. It’s the humility.” He could have been describing today’s data centers. Heating and cooling challenges are humbling ...Full Article

NSA Uses Wastewater To Cool Massive Datacenter

A massive National Security Agency datacenter under construction at its Fort Meade, Maryland headquarters is going a bit greener than it otherwise would by securing a huge volume of ...Full Article

3M and Allied Control Cool Clusters with Novec Bubble Bath

One of the more interesting demonstrations at the SC13 supercomputing conference last week in Denver was a Xeon E5 server dunked in a tank of Novec fire suppressant fluid. ...Full Article

Natural Gas Datacenter Makes Home on the Range

After three years of land acquisitions, zoning applications, and the attainment of a license to generate its own electricity from the local natural gas supply, the Niobrara Data Center ...Full Article

Datacenters Wasting Cooling Capacity, Report Says

In data centers, heat is an enemy that threatens to fry expensive electronics. However, a recent study suggests that many data centers are wasting a large portion of their ...Full Article

Asetek Scores First Point With Liquid Cooling

Asetek reports that it’s taken the first order for its RackCDU liquid cooling system. The order for five RackCDUs from an undisclosed OEM will be used to cool 280 ...Full Article

Ford Asks ORNL to Take a Look Under the Hood

<img style="float: left;" src="http://media2.hpcwire.com/dmr/Ford_enginecooling.png" alt="" width="95" height="68" border="0" />Since the Obama Administration mandated that new cars average 35.5 miles per gallon (mpg) by 2016 and 54.5 mpg by 2025, ...Full Article

Some Like IT Cold: Intelligence Agencies Push for Low-Power Exascale

Like the rest of the research world, intelligence agencies are facing some difficult challenges when it comes to fielding the next generation of supercomputers. To help usher in a ...Full Article

Graphene Promises Cooler, Greener Computing

When applied to silicon, graphene displays heat-dissipating effects that could pave the way for more energy-efficient, longer-lasting computers. Full Article
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