Traditional supercomputers can consume 20-30 megawatts of power. The COEL at the University of Cambridge is collaborating with UK AEA and others to lower the electricity footprint.
At ISC High Performance 2022, Dr. Paul Calleja and Dr. Nash Palaniswamy discussed the world-leading collaboration between research and industry–the University of Cambridge and Intel.
At ISC High Performance 2022 Jeff McVeigh from Intel HPC gave a keynote highlighting the work of the Lab and outlining our trajectory towards Zettascale.
The University of Cambridge powers scientific research involving massive data sets with an energy-efficient, optimized high performance supercomputing infrastructure comprising 2,500 Dell PowerEdge servers.