Cray Wins Contract from ORNL for Titan Supercomputer
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||Cray wins contract from ORNL for Titan supercomputer
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has awarded a contract to Cray Inc. to increase the Jaguar supercomputer’s science impact and energy efficiency. The upgrade, which will provide advanced capabilities in modeling and simulation, will transform the DOE Office of Science-supported Cray XT5 system, currently capable of 2.3 million billion calculations per second, into a Cray XK6 system with a peak speed between 10 and 20 petaflops.
The new system will employ the latest AMD Opteron central processing units as well as NVIDIA Tesla graphics processing units. The last phase of the upgrade is expected to be completed in late 2012. The system, which will be known as Titan, will be ready for users in early 2013. ORNL is managed by UT-Battelle for the Office of Science.
Cooper Lighting releases next generation LED LightBAR system
Cooper Lighting has upgraded its outdoor LED LightBAR technology. The new system’s unmatched optical performance delivers improved lumen output and efficiency, while continuing to offer up to 75% in energy savings over traditional High Intensity Discharge outdoor lighting sources.
Cooper Lighting’s LightBAR technology features the company’s patented AccuLED Optics, which sets the industry benchmark for reliable photometric performance, scalability and energy efficiency. The system’s unique application-specific design allows lumen and energy output to be customized to fulfill the exact needs of the outdoor space—eliminating wasted energy and obtrusive spill light.
Array Technologies ships solar trackers for 50-MW PV project in California
Array Technologies has sent the first shipment of solar tracking systems for the 50-MW PV project in southern Sacramento County, Calif. Recurrent Energy has developed the project for Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
Array Technologies is providing horizontal, single-axis trackers and ground-mount racks for the project. Recurrent Energy selected Swinerton Renewable Energy as the EPC for the project.
JinkoSolar resumes production at Haining facility
JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. has resumed production at its facility in Haining City in Zhejiang Province, China. The Haining facility, one of two JinkoSolar production facilities, suspended production on September 17, 2011, after an accident involving suspected leakage of fluoride from a waste storage warehouse into a nearby small water channel due to extreme and unforeseen weather conditions.
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