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How Ferrari Keeps its Data Cool
Posted Thu July 06, 2006 @03:20PM
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Hardware A huge part of any modern Formula One team's drive for more speed is the study and application of the aerodynamic behaviour of the vehicle which translates into the discipline of computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

The types of problems that Ferrari is trying to solve aren't confined to motor racing of course. Many enterprises have similar issues. Examples range from processor vendors -- who need CFD to find better ways to cool their chips -- to petro-chemical companies, who want to streamline the flows of raw materials, to academic institutions.

In How Ferrari Keeps Its Data Cool, Techworld interviewed Ferrari data centre manager Massimo Martelli about the challenges of cooling the equipment in their large CFD compute cluster.

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