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Water-cooled IBM Supercomputer To Heat Buildings

From cnet.com (verified), June 24, 2009

Resource Management, Waste Management

BM and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Zurich plan to build a water-cooled supercomputer whose surplus heat will be re-used to heat the university's buildings. The machine will re-use heat directly for in-building heating. IBM estimates that the water-cooling scheme will reduce the system's carbon footprint by up to 85 percent and save up to 30 tons of carbon dioxide annually, compared with standard cooling approaches.

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