High Performance Computing
Demand for High Performance Computing (HPC) is growing in both the public and private sectors. It is also highly energy-intensive. The Federal government is required by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) to reduce energy intensity in all facilities, including laboratories and industrial buildings, by 30% by 2015. The increasing need for HPC and the attendant energy intensity threatens to derail the progress toward this and other goals. Through meeting mandated energy reductions, the Federal government is poised to lead by example in energy efficiency.
- Case study on site preparation and integration of the Cray Hybrid XC30 into a state of the art HPC data center.
- Immersion Cooling of Electronics in DoD Installations, which explains the potential of liquid immersion cooling in high performance computing (HPC) and highlights a demonstration of the technology at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, DC.
- The Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group (EE HPC WG) also provides resources and is committed to best practices and acting as a forum for peer-to-peer exchange.
- Learn more about CoE's activity on working to develop a specification for liquid cooling in data centers.