Getting Useful Data from Big Data
At the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), researchers analyze mountains of data from widely differing fields, including:
- Supersonic aircraft
- The human brain
- Distant stars
Researchers use high-performance computing on the Center's famous cluster-based supercomputers to solve problems and explore new theories.
But sorting through massive amounts of data like this requires massive amounts of computing power. Keeping the SDSC datacenter cool is a constant challenge.
See how SDSC keeps its cool in this new case study. Learn:
- Why the datacenter chose a custom design, rather than adapting an off-the-shelf system
- What modifications they made to the typical rack design
- How 400 Modbus/TCP power distribution units (PDUs) were integrated into the system
The result? Reduced energy usage, increased levels of control, and lower costs.
Read the SDSC case study.