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With SC14 almost behind us, I would like to share a few technical details of what we are currently up to, and how this will eventually lead to a true scalable and efficient Exascale immersion cooling platform for high performance computing (HPC).

500kW in a Single 19-Inch Rack

What if I told you we took the complete 500kW Immersion-2 facility, all 20 racks and 60 tanks of it, reduced and simplified the mechanical structure further, and put all of it into a single 500kW rack? What if I'd continue, mentioning we take six of them and install them into a 40' container data center that we can ship all over the world here inexpensive hydro electricity is available in abundance? That's where we are at today and we are by no means finished.

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How do you build your next supercomputer without surrounding it with tons of hot plates, heatsinks, fans, air conditions or water pipes? Come join us at the 3M booth at SC13 in Denver and we will be extremely happy to show you how.

We'll also show you how to keep it cool with very little energy spent for cooling, and how your next supercomputer infrastructure might be the last one you have to build for a long time (immersion cooling tanks are universal, you can remove the old hardware and replace it with new one, without changing anything else).

Event Details

SC13
Colorado Convention Center
Denver, Colorado
Booth#3728
http://sc13.supercomputing.org

PS: You'll still need a water pipe or two with immersion cooling. We are working on clever ways to get rid of the piping too ;-)

 

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