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Primeur weekly 2018-08-20

Focus

NVIDIA's Tensor Core GPU offers best of both worlds for HPC and AI with multiple precision ...

Quantum computing

Another step forward on universal quantum computer ...

Quantum material is promising 'ion conductor' for research and new technologies ...

Focus on Europe

Professor Arndt Bode receives highest award for public service in Germany ...

Baycrest co-created Virtual Brain joins flagship neuroscience initiative in Europe ...

Middleware

ShareBackup could keep data in the fast lane ...

Hardware

Asetek to issue Q2 2018 with a record quarterly revenue ...

HPE triples performance and enhances energy efficiency in new supercomputer for National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) ...

NVIDIA reinvents computer graphics with Turing architecture ...

NVIDIA unveils Quadro RTX, world's first ray-tracing GPU ...

CoolIT Systems announces STULZ ANZ as master distributor for liquid cooling products in Australasian region ...

Tachyum touts benefits of universal processor for hyperscale data centres, HPC and AI markets at Hot Chips 2018 ...

"Mission: Green Computing" by Supermicro introduces total cost to the environment (TCE) for leading data centres ...

Rochester Institute of Technology awarded NSF grant to advance high-tech computer architectures ...

Applications

OmniTier's CompStor brings de novo analytics to genomics ...

Deep Learning stretches up to scientific supercomputers ...

More efficient security for Cloud-based machine learning ...

Trailblazer in computational complexity theory to receive Knuth Prize ...

Fellowships recognize tomorrow's supercomputing innovators ...

Magnetic antiparticles offer new horizons for information technologies ...

Low bandwidth? Use more colors at once ...

The Cloud

Tracking down the Big Bang: CERN and Oracle extend research and development partnership ...

Premier Indian Government think tank partners with Perlin Network to advance its national distributed computing infrastructure ...

"Mission: Green Computing" by Supermicro introduces total cost to the environment (TCE) for leading data centres

20 Aug 2018 San Jose - Super Micro Computer Inc., a global expert in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, has released its new short film "Mission: Green Computing", which is co-produced by Intel in association with NASA.

This timely and provocative film explores the vital role that data centres fill to support the billions of connected devices currently deployed in the world and the related environmental impacts of these rapidly expanding data centres. The main environmental impacts explored in this film include greenhouse gas emissions, power consumption, and e-waste.

While companies certainly care about total cost of ownership (TCO) savings, have they thought about TCE - the Total Cost to the Environment?

Supermicro CEO and President, Charles Liang stated: "As a leader in the industry, we want to provide exactly the best for our customers to help them save money and TCO. We also want to make sure we contribute to our environment, contribute to our only Mother Earth."

Intel Fellow and IT CTO, Shesha Krishnapura stated: "When you talk to the CIOs of the world, what you hear is digital transformation and most of the focus is on the application side. But what these people miss out is the transformation at the infrastructure level."

Research Scientist at Chief Computational Information Sciences and Technology Office, NASA Goddard Space Center, Daniel Duffy stated: "These compute resources take a lot of energy, so we try to be as green and as efficient as possible."

NASA Global Modelling and Assimilation Office, Lesley Ott stated: "We don't want to be researching greenhouse gases and then be responsible for massive emissions of them."

These companies have joined forces to implement innovative new Resource-Saving data centre technologies developed by Supermicro that provide TCO savings while also limiting TCE.

"Mission: Green Computing" is online now.
Source: Super Micro Computer

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2018-08-20

Focus

NVIDIA's Tensor Core GPU offers best of both worlds for HPC and AI with multiple precision ...

Quantum computing

Another step forward on universal quantum computer ...

Quantum material is promising 'ion conductor' for research and new technologies ...

Focus on Europe

Professor Arndt Bode receives highest award for public service in Germany ...

Baycrest co-created Virtual Brain joins flagship neuroscience initiative in Europe ...

Middleware

ShareBackup could keep data in the fast lane ...

Hardware

Asetek to issue Q2 2018 with a record quarterly revenue ...

HPE triples performance and enhances energy efficiency in new supercomputer for National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) ...

NVIDIA reinvents computer graphics with Turing architecture ...

NVIDIA unveils Quadro RTX, world's first ray-tracing GPU ...

CoolIT Systems announces STULZ ANZ as master distributor for liquid cooling products in Australasian region ...

Tachyum touts benefits of universal processor for hyperscale data centres, HPC and AI markets at Hot Chips 2018 ...

"Mission: Green Computing" by Supermicro introduces total cost to the environment (TCE) for leading data centres ...

Rochester Institute of Technology awarded NSF grant to advance high-tech computer architectures ...

Applications

OmniTier's CompStor brings de novo analytics to genomics ...

Deep Learning stretches up to scientific supercomputers ...

More efficient security for Cloud-based machine learning ...

Trailblazer in computational complexity theory to receive Knuth Prize ...

Fellowships recognize tomorrow's supercomputing innovators ...

Magnetic antiparticles offer new horizons for information technologies ...

Low bandwidth? Use more colors at once ...

The Cloud

Tracking down the Big Bang: CERN and Oracle extend research and development partnership ...

Premier Indian Government think tank partners with Perlin Network to advance its national distributed computing infrastructure ...