Looking to walk the clean-energy and energy-efficiency talk, the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is about to flip the switch on the world's most energy efficient high-performance computing (HPC) data center.
Mike Manos has a post on AOL's Data Center independence. The micro data center looks like it has a 50KW capacity which could support a configuration like 100 dual proc 128 GB RAM, dual HD servers, network switch, and storage appliance.
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Papers on how best to identify trending stories on Twitter and on just how cool computers in data centers need to be kept has won accolades for faculty and students from UTSC's Department of Computer & Mathematical Sciences.