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Sign up for the 'Pumping Up Power Efficiency' Webcast on June 18th

Thu, 06/11/2009 - 5:37am

Whether you design drugs, manufacture consumer products or airplanes, or search for oil, improving your computing performance will improve your competitiveness. But what do you do when the “need for speed” collides with demands for reduced operating budgets and lower environmental impact?

Today’s researchers and engineers are demanding more efficient systems that use less power and dissipate less heat, while still providing the speed they require to be competitive. As processor clock rates flatten, and the amount of heat generated reaches a physical limit, dense data center environments, as well as low-impact workgroup and departmental supercomputers need to provide higher performance while, at the same time, reducing energy requirements, increasing density and lowering total cost of ownership.

This Webcast will feature high-level presentations by industry leaders in high-performance computing and include discussions focusing on:

• New energy efficient solutions
• Achieving power savings
• Improving processor performance with “greeness”
• Lowering operating costs
• Best practices and successful applications
• Future directions for energy-efficient computing


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