Aquasar: Water Used for Cooling, Heating

IBM has released a video offering a high-level overview of its new water-cooled Aquasar supercomputer system, which will feature the use of waste heat to warm builldings.

Earlier today we wrote about Aquasar, a supercomputer developed by IBM and the Swiss research center ETH, which features a liquid cooling technique that allows for waste heat to be reused to warm buildings at the Zurich ETH university campus. IBM has released a video offering a high-level overview of the Aquasar system, which runs about 2 minutes.

For more news from Big Blue, visit our IBM channel. For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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