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Towards and Beyond Energy Efficiency: HPC System and Datacenters
SESSION: Towards and Beyond Energy Efficiency: HPC System and Datacenters
EVENT TYPE: Workshop
TIME: 9:00AM - 5:30PM
Organizer(s):Anna Maria Bailey, Nicolas Dube, Natalie Bates
ROOM:Hyatt Princessa I
ABSTRACT: With a targeted power envelope of ~20MW, Exascale will force a redefinition of supercomputer’s relation to energy. As computing continues to grow, servers and datacenters in the US consume more than 1.5% of the total electricity consumption. While enhanced datacenter efficiency and metrics like PUE have brought forward significant improvement, we must now envision game-changing innovations, fostering smart cooling, heat re-use, renewable energy, and full lifecycle sustainability.
This workshop will keep the audience abreast of trends in HPC energy efficiency in system software and architecture, as well as datacenter and power system design. It includes a talk on green storage, focusing on data intensive science. This annual workshop is organized by the Energy Efficient HPC Working Group (http://eehpcwg.lbl.gov/). Speakers include Satoshi Matsuoka/TIT, Ingmar Meijer/IBM, Anna-Maria Bailey/LLNL, Michael Patterson/Intel, William Tschudi/LBNL and Alan Yoder/NetApp. They are well known leaders in energy efficiency for supercomputing and promise a lively and informative session.
Anna Maria Bailey - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Nicolas Dube - Hewlett-Packard
Natalie Bates - Energy Efficient HPC Working Group