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Green Revolution Powered by (Mineral) Oil

Austin-based Green Revolution Cooling uses mineral oil as the liquid for its datacenter cooling systems. The idea came to Christiaan Best as a friend described to him the cooling ...Full Article

Making Datacenters Application Aware

To save on escalating datacenter costs, companies are taking different approaches to datacenter design. Some open the doors and let the cold air chill the servers, whole others use ...Full Article

NREL’s Skynet Stays Cool with RackCDU

The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is relocating its Skynet HPC cluster to a new datacenter at the Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF) in Golden, ...Full Article

Using Software to Make Datacenters Greener

It’s no secret that supercomputers require a lot of energy to run. Organizations have tried using different cooling methods to keep the cost of running a datacenter down, while ...Full Article

Could Datacenters Go Natural?

As organizations continue to research cheaper and more efficient ways to power and cool their datacenters, TeraCool has hit on a method that could achieve both for free. The ...Full Article

HP Shoots for the Moon with Efficient New Server

Datacenters consume two percent of the world’s energy. HP introduced their Moonshot 1500 enclosure and Proliant Moonshot servers. According to the company, the Moonshot servers support up to 1,800 ...Full Article

NCAR, Captain of the Green Enterprise (Awards)

The Boulder-based NCAR won the "Facility Design Implementation" category for its sustainable approach in designing and building the new NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC), which is also home to the ...Full Article

The Evolution of Green Data Center Optimization

Over the last few weeks, Green Computing Report has shone the spotlight on various optimization methods, including Google’s research to improve their air cooling system. What is rarely mentioned ...Full Article

Heat-Trapping and NREL’s Green Datacenter Leadership Effort

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and their new $10 million HPC facility seeks to set the standard on green computing worldwide. The datacenter is part of the lab's ...Full Article

Google Adapts Its Ten Rules to Datacenter Building

Being a tech giant means getting in front of new technologies that promote energy efficiency and a lot of that emphasis has lately fallen on the designing and building ...Full Article
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