Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
Intel has selected CoolIT Systems to liquid cool a high performance compute cluster that will showcase Intels latest technology at SuperCompute13 in Denver this week. CoolITs Direct Contact Liquid Cooling (DCLC) system has enabled Intel to deploy a High Performance Compute cluster that will run live at Intels Booth #2701.
Intels demonstration cluster proves that readily available hardware can compete in a space that was once reserved for only the most specialized supercomputer hardware manufacturers. The impressive cluster features 9936 cores reaching 131.2 Teraflops ranking this system 400th on the Top500 list of Supercomputers in the world as announced today. Perhaps even more impressive is that the system only consumed a total of 74.25kW of power. Each SuperMicro