Winter Program 2013

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
7:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Janus High Performance Computer (HPC) is a Modular Premanufactured Data Center that is a joint venture between the University of Colorado and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). Located on the CU Campus this facility houses Ultra-High Density Cabinets metering up to 32kW each cooled by Hot Aisle Containment and In-Row Cooling using very warm Chilled Water at low flow rates. With a first year operating PUE at 1.14 using the most stringent measurement standards, the facility was awarded for its innovation and operational efficiency by the Uptime Institute in 2012. It was also the subject of a published research paper and presentation at the National Supercomputing Conference in 2011, where it ranked as the 30th fastest supercomputer in the world. We welcome you to come and learn about how the project operates and tour the facility following the presentation.

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Presentation available upon request. Contact us.