- Potsdam Institute for Climate Research (PIK) Selects Lenovo High Performance Computing Solutions to Advance Energy Efficient Climate Research
- Expanded Lenovo Neptune™ portfolio helps customers maximize efficiency to help achieve sustainability goals and accelerate innovation
Nov. 14, 2022 – RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. Today, at SC22, Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) celebrated 10 years of its industry-leading Lenovo Neptune™ liquid cooling technology by unveiling the latest high-performance computing (HPC) updates, concepts and solutions designed to deliver powerful data insights to organizations of all sizes. The company showcased a broader range of ThinkSystem servers that extend sustainable computing capabilities to more customers around the globe, enabling customers to efficiently accelerate data-based insights and improve business outcomes. The company also announced that PIK has selected it’s HPC and Lenovo Neptune™ water cooling solutions to develop its next supercomputer, which will enable a deeper understanding of climate change while deploying revolutionary energy efficiency practices.
Today’s businesses are expected to serve a larger purpose with sustainable and responsible innovation. Since its launch, Lenovo Neptune™ has served as an industry leader in liquid cooling, helping HPC customers maximize efficiency with a broad range of alternative cooling solutions that reduce power consumption while increasing performance to accelerate computing capabilities. As enterprises modernize their IT in order to drive business intelligence, Lenovo is focused on delivering the power of HPC to every business, enabling organizations of all sizes to extract powerful data insights that help solve humanity’s greatest challenges.
“As the top supercomputer provider in the world1 and also having recently taken the top position on the Green500, we are committed to enabling the highest end supercomputing from Exascale to Everyscale, ensuring that organizations of all sizes can leverage energy efficient HPC and data management capabilities for their operations to assist customers with their sustainability goals,” said Scott Tease, Vice President and General Manager of HPC and AI at Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions Group. “Our industry-leading Lenovo Neptune liquid cooling technology can be applied on CPUs and GPUs that scale from a single server to solutions with hundreds of racks, driving energy and performance efficiency that can be directed back into the business to help accelerate innovation and drive competitive outcomes.”
PIK, a worldwide leader in climate impact research for global sustainability and solutions, has worked with Lenovo for nearly a decade on supercomputing capabilities that help scientists gain a deeper understanding of climate change and devise strategies for the sustainable development of humankind and nature. PIK selected Lenovo Neptune™ water cooling and HPC solutions to develop an updated supercomputer…