Roger Smith, Mississippi State University and John Lee, Cray Inc.
In this 1-hour webcast, Cray customer Mississippi State University will share best practices in maximizing datacenter energy efficiency and explain why they chose the Cray® CS300-LC™ cluster solution based on Intel® Xeon® processors and Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. Topics will include architecture and facility considerations such as site selection, risk factors and issues impacting TCO. Attendees will learn about key benefits of the CS300-LC’s innovative design—which uses warm water heat exchangers instead of chillers to efficiently cool the system and maximize performance—as well as remote monitoring and cooling system management.
A Q&A session will be held following speaker presentations. Sign up today and join the conversation!
Join the webcast to learn about:
1. Key factors to consider when choosing a cluster architecture with liquid cooling
2. Achieving significant power savings, reliability and performance scalability with managed cooling control.
3. Optimizing power efficiency and system performance using Intel® Xeon® processors and Xeon Phi™ coprocessors
Cray is a global supercomputing leader with a comprehensive portfolio of compute, storage and Big Data analytics solutions. Cray’s expertise enables fast application results and real-time discovery in technical and scientific computing.
About Mississippi State University
The High Performance Computing Collaboratory at Mississippi State University is a coalition dedicated to advancing computational science and engineering using high performance computing. Mississippi State consistently ranks among the nation's fastest academic computing sites on the TOP500 list.