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CCS Seminar
Friday - March 11, 2011
12:00 noon
Physics Research Building - Room 595
3 Cummington Street
Glenn Bresnahan, Director
Scientific Computing & Visualization
Boston University

"The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center"

The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), is a research computing data center that is being designed and built in Holyoke, MA by a collaboration comprising Boston University, MIT, Harvard, Northeastern, and University of Massachusetts, as well as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The data center is being designed as a 15 MWatt facility with a very low carbon footprint. The project is at entering the final design stage which will be followed by the generation of construction documents. Actual construction is expected to begin late summer of this year. This talk will present the current state of the project and will discuss the civil, mechanical,
electrical and cooling systems design and engineering.

 

 

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