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Primeur live 2017-06-19

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Primeur Live! from ISC17 in Frankfurt - overview ...

Focus on Europe

ISC 2017 sets a new record with 3200 attendees ...

GCS embarks on its 'smart exascale' decade ...

Netherlands eScience Center in search of new Director Operations ...

ISC 2017 opens its doors to the HPC community ...

Middleware

NASA Ames Research Center selects Mellanox InfiniBand for new scalable supercomputer ...

Kyushu University's new supercomputer accelerated by Mellanox EDR InfiniBand solutions ...

Hardware

NEC supplies LX supercomputer to Czech Hydrometeorological Institute ...

2016 HPC market model and five-year forecast snapshot ...

Cray awarded $18 million supercomputer contract from New Zealand's National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research ...

HPE delivers faster business insights and industry-leading security with new high performance ccomputing solutions ...

Atos wins contract to provide GENCI with one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world ...

Fujitsu receives order from Kyushu University for new top-class supercomputer system ...

TOP500

NVIDIA powers the world's top 13 most energy efficient supercomputers ...

Only one change in TOP500's top10 this time: Swiss Piz Daint system lands at rank 3 ...

TOP500 list refreshed, US edged out of third place ...

Company news

STULZ and CoolIT Systems launch liquid cooled micro data centre for HPC ...

Atos expands range of supercomputers to include ARM processors with new Bull Sequana X1310 ...

Cavium expands the ThunderX2 server ecosystem for Cloud and HPC applications ...

Bright Computing announces Cloud bursting support for Microsoft Azure ...

STULZ and CoolIT Systems launch liquid cooled micro data centre for HPC


14 Jun 2017 Calgary - CoolIT Systems, in partnership with STULZ, has launched a liquid cooled micro data centre for High Performance Computing (HPC) applications. The unified solution, named STULZ Micro DC, combines CoolIT's industry-leading efficient Direct Contact Liquid Cooling technology (Rack DCLC) with STULZ' world-renowned mission critical air cooling products to create a single enclosed solution for managing high-density compute requirements.

The liquid cooled STULZ Micro DC manages 100% of the IT load via liquid and is room neutral. With the Micro DC, users can scale from traditional IT workloads to more than 80kW of IT into each system - depending on configuration. The stand-alone solution incorporates all the key components in a specified enclosure, including the rack, liquid cooling, cable management, UPS, power monitoring, and fire protection systems. CoolIT Systems Rack DCLC technology captures 60-80% of the entire server heat load, while the remaining 20-40% is air cooled by an integral STULZ precision cooling unit contained inside the Micro DC. Configurations can also be purpose-built to include various options for heat rejection and reuse.

“The Micro DC is a compact data centre that can be easily deployed in any environment while managing an incredible amount of power and performance", stated Joerg Desler, President of STULZ USA. "Its modular system is configured to use various combinations of liquid and air cooling allowing the system to grow with the customer's needs. Integrating STULZ technology with CoolIT Systems Rack DCLC has resulted in ultra-efficient total thermal solutions that can support any OEM server at even the highest density configurations."

“The liquid cooled STULZ Micro DC is a self-contained, cost-efficient, high-density solution which impressively manages 100% of the IT heat", stated Geoff Lyon, CEO & CTO at CoolIT Systems. "The result is an incredibly easy system for customers to deploy and a great example of what can be achieved with the combined expertise of CoolIT Systems and STULZ."

This is the first integrated product offering under CoolIT and STULZ' Chip-to-Atmosphere partnership. The STULZ Micro DC is available in three self-enclosed cabinet designs, each with 48U of standard rack space. Air and liquid cooling modules can be configured depending on the IT load and need for redundant operation. Usable rack space will be dependent on the options selected. Additionally, businesses big or small can scale data centre capacity up or down to meet fluctuating demands.

CoolIT's DCLC technology uses the exceptional thermal conductivity of liquid to provide concentrated cooling to the hottest components inside a server, enabling very high density configurations even with today's top performing processors. CoolIT's liquid cooling solutions can be tailored to any server layout and have already been adopted by many server manufacturers as a reliable technology and is covered under standard warranties.

A demo of the liquid cooled Micro DC will be showcased by CoolIT Systems on booth C-1210 at the ISC High Performance 2017 event in Frankfurt from June 19-21, 2017.

Those interested in incorporating Chip-to-Atmosphere solutions in their projects should start by contacting their local STULZ or CoolIT Systems sales representative.
Source: CoolIT Systems

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Primeur live 2017-06-19

Start

Primeur Live! from ISC17 in Frankfurt - overview ...

Focus on Europe

ISC 2017 sets a new record with 3200 attendees ...

GCS embarks on its 'smart exascale' decade ...

Netherlands eScience Center in search of new Director Operations ...

ISC 2017 opens its doors to the HPC community ...

Middleware

NASA Ames Research Center selects Mellanox InfiniBand for new scalable supercomputer ...

Kyushu University's new supercomputer accelerated by Mellanox EDR InfiniBand solutions ...

Hardware

NEC supplies LX supercomputer to Czech Hydrometeorological Institute ...

2016 HPC market model and five-year forecast snapshot ...

Cray awarded $18 million supercomputer contract from New Zealand's National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research ...

HPE delivers faster business insights and industry-leading security with new high performance ccomputing solutions ...

Atos wins contract to provide GENCI with one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world ...

Fujitsu receives order from Kyushu University for new top-class supercomputer system ...

TOP500

NVIDIA powers the world's top 13 most energy efficient supercomputers ...

Only one change in TOP500's top10 this time: Swiss Piz Daint system lands at rank 3 ...

TOP500 list refreshed, US edged out of third place ...

Company news

STULZ and CoolIT Systems launch liquid cooled micro data centre for HPC ...

Atos expands range of supercomputers to include ARM processors with new Bull Sequana X1310 ...

Cavium expands the ThunderX2 server ecosystem for Cloud and HPC applications ...

Bright Computing announces Cloud bursting support for Microsoft Azure ...