Andrew Richards explains why Oxford chose Lenovo for HPC


16 Sep 2015 Oxford - In a blog on the Lenovo site, Andrew Richards, Head of Advanced Research Computing, University of Oxford, explains why the university chose for Lenovo as an HPC system: "After shortlisting three potential vendors, we chose to deploy Lenovo NeXtScale System M5 with 5,440 Intel processor cores. Not only did this offer far greater processing power than the other offerings, it was also much cheaper in terms of the total cost of ownership over three years." The system takes less than 11 kW per rack.
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