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Hotspots are a pain in the CRAC, leading some data centers to implement source-of-heat cooling and software tools that redistribute workloads across servers. MGHPCC is in the vanguard. Continue reading Rack Cooling, Workload Management Tools Fight Hotspots
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Mayor of Holyoke Alex Morse and Massachusetts Housing and Economic Development secretary Greg Bialecki reflect on efforts to revitalize Holyoke, a central component of which is the development of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center and the Holyoke Innovation District. Continue reading Reinventing Holyoke
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In this video meet seed-fund collaborators Markus Buehler (MIT) and Alain Karma (Northeastern) who use multiscale modeling to explore and test how biological materials like bone or nacre can, despite their apparent fragility, resist breakage. Continue reading Crack Computing
The Environmental Business Council of New England Announces Environmental and Energy Industry Winners of the 21st Annual EBEE Awards. Continue reading 2014 EBEE Awards
On Friday, in the Western Massachusetts town of Holyoke, Governor Deval Patrick and officials from industry, government and academia joined together for the official launch of a $3 million capital investment, known as the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) project.
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HOLYOKE — Gov. Deval L. Patrick said here Friday the state will invest $3 million in launching a public “cloud” computing project for data storage and innovation. The state’s money will be matched $16 million from universities and private companies, he said, at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center on Bigelow Street.
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