Monthly Archives: June 2012

Electrochemical Power Supply and Water Cooling, In One Go

I was searching the IBM website to find info on their cooling system, Aquasar, in the hope to find a better way to learn about it rather than just looking at their hardware. And indeed, I found something new and … Continue reading

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T-Platforms and Water Cooling

For ISC’11 in Hamburg, T-Platforms brought to their exhibition booth a prototype of a water-cooled system. I think I remember those thick black rubber tubes (and hope that was not a dream). (UPD: A Google search reveals that they were, … Continue reading

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Poster on “Computer Cluster Design Automation Using Web Services”

I have just presented my new poster, “Computer Cluster Design Automation Using Web Services“, at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC’12) in Hamburg. The poster session moved this year to the exhibition hall. If you were there but missed it, use … Continue reading

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Lustre Strives to Go Mainstream

Do you remember Chroma, the software from Whamcloud that allows to deploy and manage Lustre installations with a web interface? In April 2012, DataDirect Networks (DDN) announced they have successfully integrated Chroma into their EXAScaler storage system. I believe it … Continue reading

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