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Our time is moving quickly as our technologies advance;
together moving along greater scientific breakthroughs;
We are granted with the capabilities to do more,
therefore the ability to continually propelling the humanity forward.
Arizona’s Lowell Observatory and Yale University have teamed up to spearhead the “100 Earths Project”. With GIGABYTE G482-Z50 GPU Server’s parallel computing capabilities, excellent scalability, and industry-leading stability, the observatory is studying the Sun to filter out “stellar noise” when looking for habitable planets outside of our Solar System.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) is the largest laboratory for particle physics in the world, and bought GIGABYTE’s high-density GPU Servers outfitted with 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors to crunch the massive amount of data produced by subatomic particle experiments conducted with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The impressive processing power of the GPU Servers’ multi-core design has propelled the study of high energy physics to new heights.
The German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, abbreviated as DLR) wanted to expand their data center with servers that could operate smoothly in an ambient temperature of 40°C without the need for air conditioning. GIGABYTE’s high density server combined computing, storage, and connectivity in a single system equipped with liquid-cooling technology to run without a hitch in high-temperature environments, enabling the data center to efficiently process an enormous amount of space-related research data in the limited space available.