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Potsdam Institute for Climate Research (PIK) Selects Lenovo High Performance Computing Solutions to Advance Energy Efficient Climate Research

At SC22, Lenovo 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.


Leveraging the new machine's speed and parallel processing, researchers will apply machine learning techniques to open questions in science.

A new supercomputer operated by the Flatiron Institute in New York City tops the latest Green500 List of the most power-efficient supercomputers in the world.

The revised list, which ranks supercomputers based on the number of floating-point operations per second (or 'FLOPS') per watt of power, clocks the new supercomputer at 65.091 billion FLOPS per watt. That edges out the previous record holder, which managed 62.684 billion FLOPS per watt. At 2.038 million billion FLOPS, the new Flatiron Institute supercomputer is the world's most energy efficient supercomputer as measured by the Green500.org.

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