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  • HP Confidential – may only be shown to customers under NDA and may not be left behind with a customer under any circumstance. [Enter any extra notes here; leave the item ID line at the bottom] Avitage Item ID: {{4A4F9425-7EE9-4C54-8F2D-E2A9F4877582}}
  • Back to the blade side of things, and Virtual Connect, let me drive into blades a little more. Most of the servers that we sell are racks and towers. But we're seeing a big trend toward blades. We sell a huge number of blades now. And I wanted to show, this is an area that we've really taken the market over. About one out of every two blades is an HP ProLiant that goes into a BladeSystem, and we've won just about every accolade you're going to win across the board. As a matter of fact, let me go to the next slide.
  • Key point: While the customer bases and workloads might be different, we are seeing business models starting to converge. There are common characteristics around scale-out that are the result of these new business models. This needs to be looked at as a continuum … or a scalable range from Enterprise / HPC to Consumer / Cloud. Meaning, there is not a hard line between HPC and Cloud. HP has a comprehensive understanding of the new metrics that will be req’d to help customers address the tech challenges in today’s scale-out world… This convergence is driving new requirements, including: Emerging business model where IT is looked as COGS, not OPEX; not TTM, Time-to-Revenue New Metrics = cents/GB, $/watt/transaction, $/megawatt - We are seeing is $/critical load, where critical load is KW of IT. Extreme Pain Point = Return on Capital ($B's), bulk of energy footprint is IT, not operations; search for desirable data center real estate; relentless growth in user base drives change-focused culture (always deploying something, as opposed to classic IT that is hostage to old infrastructure). Market is evolving, that combines the best of the two markets value propositions : - Superior economics, Better practices for handling dynamic workloads, through dynamic capacity management. If you think of cloud computing there are three roles for HP : 1> Selling to the cloud providers (few custs, huge deals) 2> Helping customers build their own clouds inside the wall (many customers, big deals). 3> Selling services through the cloud: AI as a Service, where people want to buy the service (ie like SAP) from HP. (millions of customer, small deals)
  • HP to Power Department of Defense Cloud Computing Infrastructure July 10, 2008 – HP today announced that it will be supplying the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) with scalable technology to enable its Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to deploy a cloud computing infrastructure. The shared, flexible infrastructure will allow DISA to remotely provision its test and development systems through a single, secure interface. DISA provides processing capability, systems management, communications and storage to support DoD services, agencies and combatant commands. HP’s offerings will enable DISA to build an adaptable cloud computing infrastructure it calls RACE (or, Rapid Access Computing Environment), which is designed to reduce costs, consolidate applications, shorten delivery times and simplify the user experience. According to a DISA official, RACE represents an unprecedented capability for the DoD, offering the speed and agility comparable to the commercial marketplace. HP, Intel and Yahoo! Create Global Cloud Computing Research Test Bed Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology lead the way as global centers of excellence HP, Intel Corporation and Yahoo! Inc. announced the creation of a global, multi-data center, open source test bed for the advancement of cloud computing research and education. The goal of the initiative is to promote open collaboration among industry, academia and governments by removing the financial and logistical barriers to research in data-intensive, Internet-scale computing. The HP, Intel and Yahoo! Cloud Computing Test Bed will provide a globally distributed, Internet-scale testing environment designed to encourage research on the software, data center management and hardware issues associated with cloud computing at a larger scale than ever before. The initiative will also support research of cloud applications and services. The test bed will initially consist of six “centers of excellence” at IDA facilities, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Steinbuch Centre for Computing of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, HP Labs, Intel Research and Yahoo!. Each location will host a cloud computing infrastructure, largely based on HP hardware and Intel processors, and will have 1,000 to 4,000 processor cores capable of supporting the data-intensive research associated with cloud computing. The test bed locations are expected to be fully operational and made accessible to researchers worldwide through a selection process later this year. HP, Intel and Yahoo! have partnered with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany to form the research initiative. The partnership with Illinois also includes the National Science Foundation. Researchers at HP Labs, the central research arm of HP, will use the test bed to conduct advanced research in the areas of intelligent infrastructure and dynamic cloud services. HP Labs recently sharpened its focus to help HP and its customers capitalize on the industry’s shift toward cloud computing, a driving force behind HP’s vision of Everything as a Service. With Everything as a Service, devices and services will interact seamlessly through the cloud, and businesses and individuals will use services that anticipate their needs based on location, preferences, calendar and communities. “ To realize the full potential of cloud computing, the technology industry must think about the cloud as a platform for creating new services and experiences. This requires an entirely new approach to the way we design, deploy and manage cloud infrastructure and services,” said Prith Banerjee, senior vice president of Research at HP and director of HP Labs. “The HP, Intel and Yahoo! Cloud Computing Test Bed lets us tap the brightest minds in the industry, academia and government to drive innovation in this area.”
  • Key point: While the customer bases and workloads might be different, we are seeing business models starting to converge. There are common characteristics around scale-out that are the result of these new business models. This needs to be looked at as a continuum … or a scalable range from Enterprise / HPC to Consumer / Cloud. Meaning, there is not a hard line between HPC and Cloud. HP has a comprehensive understanding of the new metrics that will be req’d to help customers address the tech challenges in today’s scale-out world… This convergence is driving new requirements, including: Emerging business model where IT is looked as COGS, not OPEX; not TTM, Time-to-Revenue New Metrics = cents/GB, $/watt/transaction, $/megawatt - We are seeing is $/critical load, where critical load is KW of IT. Extreme Pain Point = Return on Capital ($B's), bulk of energy footprint is IT, not operations; search for desirable data center real estate; relentless growth in user base drives change-focused culture (always deploying something, as opposed to classic IT that is hostage to old infrastructure). LYNNA COMMENTS: WED. 22 08 M arket is evolving, that combines the best of the two markets value propositions : - Superior economics, Better practices for handling dynamic workloads, through dynamic capacity management. If you think of cloud computing there are three roles for HP : 1> Selling to the cloud providers (few custs, huge deals) 2> Helping customers build their own clouds inside the wall (many customers, big deals). Russ D doesn’t believe this is a correct definition of cloud – is this the ENT/HPC place? 3> Selling services through the cloud: AI as a Service, where people want to buy the service (ie like SAP) from HP. (millions of customer, small deals)
  • Heterogeneous, industry-standard flexibility Deploy a vast array of IT, network, communication and other technologies thanks to full-depth, 19” racks, standard front-to-back cooling, and creative space design. Fastest time to ROI weeks from receipt of purchase order to container power-on HP is the only vendor in the industry to combine in house IT and Facilities expertise needed to successfully integrate your HP POD solutions into your existing IT Data Center Infrastructure delivering speedy implementation and ongoing business critical IT support at predictable cost. At same time reducing risks associated with change while you introduce increased processing capacity for your business. Integration and Support Receive your container already integrated and ready to connect through HP Factory Express integration. And, choose your level of WW support from comprehensive hardware and software technical support to dedicated proactive support team. Cost-Effectiveness: Need to add Energy efficiency: Put more of your power into your IT, not your infrastructure - HP POD is 44% more efficient than typical brick-and-mortar (PUE ratios of 1.25 and below, vs. 1.8 – 2.0 common for brick and mortar). Ultra-density: Pack your IT beyond the limits of brick-an-mortar and competition - HP supports up to 3,520 compute nodes, 12,000 hard drives, or the combination you need. Maximum practicality and ease of use: Don’t sacrifice access to your IT, HP delivers easy IT access and serviceable major container components. The HP POD provides complete access to the IT racks, plus access to the hot aisle, and removable / replaceable major power and cooling components.
  • Doing things differently and innovating the product as well Top performance speeds time to results Up to 12.3 TeraFLOPS per rack. 12x IBM BlueGene/L? Lower cost per Flop frees budget to innovate Cuts blade infrastructure cost per node in half $/GFlop? ~$250 per slot per node Half floor space to grow within datacenter limits 2x nodes per rack with 2, independent 2P compute nodes per blade; 32 per enclosure First to deliver 1024 cores per rack. 2x any blade Less power to continuously improve performance Targeting the Green 500 List (June) ~6100W per 32 nodes at 100% utilization
  • Award-winning work on Lord of the Rings, King Kong and children’s animation like Jane and the Dragon Catering to all aspects of cutting-edge digital effects production, Weta Digital provides a total in-house service from conceptual design to state of the art 3D animation. Power management during the lifecycle of roll-out Management? What else was included in the deal? **** THIS WAS A COMPETITIVE DISPLACEMENT*******
  • ASCI White 2000 This was built as part of the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI) started by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration to build a simulator to replace live Weapons of Mass Destruction testing following the moratorium on testing started in 1992. It was a computer cluster based on IBM's commercial RS/6000 SP computer. 512 of these machines were connected together, with 16 375MHz Power3 processors per node and 8,192 processors in total with 6 terabytes of memory and 160 terabytes of disk storage. The computer weighed 106 tonnes and consumed 3 MW of electricity with a further 3 MW needed for cooling. It had a theoretical processing speed of 12.3 Tflops. The system ran IBM's AIX operating system. The machine was decommissioned beginning July 27, 2006 and cost $110 million.
  • There are three main components to this integrated solution Performance block: The performance block utilizes HP industry-leading BladeSystem, c7000 enclosure. The system starts at a 4 blade server configuration and can be expanded to 16 blades. This is up to 12.8 cores/U of rack space. Storage block: The starting point of the ExDS9100 is 246TB. Capacity is added in blocks of 82TB (not by the drive or drive shelf, but a single SKU called a storage block that will have the drive enclosure, RAID controllers, and 82 1TB SAS drives). This equates to 12TB/U which puts the density of the ExDS in the top tier of density with other competitive offerings and is double what the typical storage system delivers today. Software: The ExDS is powered by HP PolyServe software – industry leading symmetrical cluster file system and file serving architecture for a completely scalable and reliable system; we’ve taken that as the base and added to it, simplifying the system management (think appliance) and deployment (in about 4 hours). We’ll support multiple access protocols like NFS, HTTP, and DirectIO (the technology that allows us to layer applications on top of the file system).
  • BRINGING IT TO THE STREETS! HP breaks down obstacles for Midmarket deployment Affordable – starting at less than $20K No data center required Standard office power No dedicated IT staffing Application ready – plug in and go Solution Blocks for CAE, LMS – more coming Integrated and installed by HP resellers HP provides the weapons SMB needs to compete in the 21 st century BladeSystem c3000 Most versatile blade enclosure for SMB, remote sites, branch offices Fits in small spaces, plug-into-the-wall power, no special cooling requirement, no interconnect cables, easy-to-use management tools Server, storage, network, power, cooling—everything you need for cluster computing in a single enclosure
  • Introduced on March 17. Remember that we introduced our Data Center Transformation solution framework last fall so these new offerings build and extend on that From the ground up, you see us introduce the capabilities we acquired from EYP Mission Critical into a new set of Critical Facilities Services Next up you see two infrastructure-oriented offerings; data center consolidation services and data center virtualization services. Each presenting a comprehensive lifecycle. Finally, we are introducing a new flexible delivery model with our “Adaptive Infrastructure as a Service” offering that provides next-generation data center computing accessibility to our largest outsourcing customers on a subscription pricing basis. Let me take elaborate on each of these. Data center consolidation . This expanded set of services delivers increased energy efficiency, cost savings and accelerates business growth by helping our customers consolidate data centers into fewer facilities while consolidating, virtualizing and automating servers, storage and network. Our new data center discovery, strategy, design and transition services complement the short-term ‘operational’ and ‘continual improvement’ data center services we have previously maintained. The portfolio covers all data center domains including facilities, IT infrastructure, operations and applications And leverages HP Software assets and IP developed from HP’s own data center transformation efforts The new Data Center Virtualization Services take a fresh look at where our customers are with virtualization today and where they should be to make the most from their current investments and future needs. For customers looking to gain cost efficiencies, increased flexibility and better utilization, we help build their virtualization strategy, select the right technology, design, transition, and educate their staffs and overall plan for mission-critical support. These services provide the much needed help our customers need around strategic and enterprise level initiatives addressing virtualization security, governance or management. Critical Facilities Services - EYP In 2007 HP bought the world’s leader in data center design. There is just no question about it. They are recognized by all industry pundits as a leader. They have a very tight link with our ProLiant business. In fact, ProLiant was actually heavily involved with EYP MCF before, during and after the acquisition. They will come in and do a complete assessment, help you migrate, help you expand, help you consolidate & cloud enable your data centers. Actually EYP MCF is worked with HP as we consolidated down to six data centers and three sites. They serve basically as a general contractor and then they will make sure everything comes completely online, lock, stock and barrel. So this is a great advantage. No one can touch them. They are the leader and now they are another key part of the HP story. Critical Systems Consultant to: 14 of the Top 15 Largest US Financial Institutions* 5 of the Top 5 Telecommunications and Network and Communications Equipment Companies* 4 of the Top 5 Search Providers** EYP MCF is a 350-person Consulting Firm Solely Focused on Strategic Technology Planning, Innovative Design and Operational Support of Critical Facilities Designed over 30 Million sf and Commissioned over 20 Million sf of Raised-Floor Environments Active Projects in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Middle East HP Adaptive Infrastructure as a Service (AIS) provisions business-critical infrastructure as an integrated service. Delivered from HP-owned and HP-managed infrastructure, clients can take advantage of faster application modernization for SAP, Microsoft Exchange and other important business applications. The AIS portfolio comprises 3 categories of services: ------Infrastructure as a Service: Computing, Data Protection, Connectivity, Middleware ---Applications as a Service: Messaging & Collaboration, ERP Operations, Information Management -------Enabling Services for migrating & transforming customer environments to AIS

HP SCI Strategy IDC 161008 HP SCI Strategy IDC 161008 Presentation Transcript

  • HP’s Scalable Computing Strategy Jeremy Purches HPC Engineering Segment Manager – EMEA
  • Facts
  • HP Leads in High Performance Computing
    • HP leads
    • HPC market overall for last 5 years
    • Cluster space, driving HPC market 1
    • Blades, the optimal clusters solution 1
    1Q08 total blades by vendor 1 1Q08 HPC clusters by vendor 1 Other 15% DELL 28% HP 29% IBM 27% HP 47% Dell 7 % Other 15% IBM 30% Sources: 1- IDC, Worldwide Technical Server QView, Q1 2008. All market shares and ranks are by revenue. IBM 31% HP 33% Sun 4% Dell 21% Other 9% NEC 1% SGI 1% 1Q08 HPC Share by vendor 1 HP #1 HPC IDC H1 CY2008 Revenue Share
  • “Blade Everything”: HP BladeSystem c-Class Portfolio A Full Range of 2P and 4P Blades Interconnect choices for LAN, SAN, and Scale-Out Clusters Virtual Connect LAN Ethernet NICs SAN Fibre Channel InfiniBand 4X DDR h h h h Server Blades Workstation Blades Storage Blades Unified Management Choice of Power Complete Services Assessment Implementation Support
  • BladeSystem c-Class has been embraced in the marketplace May 21, 2010 Data from IDC Server tracker Q108, Unit Share, x86 Blades Six quarters of clear leadership since launch 176 of the TOP500 supercomputers in the world run on HP BladeSystem c-Class c-Class solution also #8 & #11 fastest supercomputers in world (June 2008, www.top500.org) 3 rd “Best in Show” in a row as voted by attending CIOs of midmarket companies Midmarket Summit BladeSystem c3000 Most Important Products of 2007 HP's Virtual Connect Architecture Wins Product of the Year Award! HP IBM Dell Sun Fujitsu/F-S 51.0% 45.6% 9.1% 25.6% 30.6% 10.6% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% Q306 Q406 Q107 Q207 Q307 Q407 Q108 Tech Innovator of the Year Award Server Hardware category for the second year in a row
  • TOP500 list: June 08 edition. Share of systems in list by vendors
  • Trends
  • From Google Trends
  • The Cloud AIaaS MSP DaaS HaaS Web 2.0 Utility Web Services Hosting DBaaS IaaS PaaS SaaS
  • Grid and Cloud Today
    • GRID
    • open standards (OGF …)
    • publicly funded & operated (slow evolution)
    • no central management
    • interoperability important
    • geographically distributed; locally owned and managed
    • share (usually modest) local resources
    • scientific research, high-end users
    • CLOUD
    • no standardized interfaces
    • privately funded & operated (fast evolution)
    • managed by a single entity
    • no interoperability
    • geographically distributed; centrally owned and managed
    • make huge systems available
    • enterprise applications, information processing, data mining
  • Scalable Computing and Infrastructure ( SCI ) Organization The Convergence of Business Models Extreme pain points: Data center constraints of power, cooling, space, manageability & automation of dynamic workloads New metrics: Best performance per watt best performance per sq. ft. Photo/Video Sharing Emerging business models: Best performance = faster time to market
    • Engineering & Geo-Sciences
    • Life & Materials Sciences
    • Defense/Security
    • Scientific Research
    Enterprise/HPC Massive Scale-Out Market Requirements Multiple go to market motions, optimized supply chain & unique products and services
    • Financial Analytics
    • Digital Content Creation
    • Streaming Media
    • Internet Commerce
    • Interactive Media
    • On-Line Gaming
    Web 2.0
  • HP’s Cloud Computing HP, Intel and Yahoo! Create Global Cloud Computing Research Test Bed Photo/Video Sharing HP to Power Department of Defense Cloud Computing Infrastructure
    • Engineering & Geo-Sciences
    • Life & Materials Sciences
    • Defense/Security
    • Scientific Research
    Enterprise/HPC Massive Scale-Out
    • Financial Analytics
    • Digital Content Creation
    • Streaming Media
    • Internet Commerce
    • Interactive Media
    • On-Line Gaming
    Web 2.0 New What’s New?
  • New products extending HP’s Capabilities in Cloud and Scale-Out May 21, 2010 Designed for massive scale-out, HPC, cloud computing & Web 2.0 HP StorageWorks ExDS9100 HP ProLiant BL2x220c G5 New baselines for energy, floor space & cooling HP Performance Optimized Data Center
    • Engineering & Geo-Sciences
    • Life & Materials Sciences
    • Defense/Security
    • Scientific Research
    High Performance Computing Massive Scale-Out
    • Financial Analytics
    • Digital Content Creation
    • Streaming Media
    • Internet Commerce
    • Interactive Media
    • On-Line Gaming
    Web 2.0
  • Solutions
  • Performance Optimized Datacenters (PODs) Why PODs instead of brick & mortar ?
    • Lower TCO
      • Higher PUE and power/cooling efficiency vs traditional DC
    • Geographic flexibility
      • Can deploy closer to customers, and in locales not suitable for brick & mortar
      • Controlled/hybrid co-lo environments
    • Faster time to Revenue for customers
      • Brick & Mortar 18+ months design/build vs Container in <6 months
    • Improved return on capital
      • “ Pay as you go” vs. $millions up-front investment for brick & mortar
    • More efficient procurement chunk size
      • Rack too small, datacenter takes too long
    • Scalable with enterprise architecture
      • Core/Regional Gateway/Point-of-Purchase
    New
  • HP Performance Optimized Datacenter Key Features May 21, 2010 Industry-standard Flexibility 22 x 50U, 19” full-depth industry-standard racks support HP, Dell, IBM, Sun, Cisco, etc. Best-in-class Density Support for 3,520 compute nodes, 12,000 LFF drives, or any combination Shipped in 6 weeks, deployed WW Pre-integrated, configured and tested before shipment; shipped in six weeks from order. Infrastructure Services Portfolio Full lifecycle support services combining technology and facilities expertise
  • Interior view Standard 50U racks 36” cold aisle can run at >90F Hot aisle with rear access through doors in the container Serviceable high efficiency heat exchangers (HEX) Serviceable high efficiency, variable speed blowers Facilities management on exterior of cold aisle Separate Utility module segregate IT/UPS security access and environmentals HP Performance Optimized Datacenter Can Tour in Houston Campus
  • New HP ProLiant BL2x220c G5 Server Blade World’s first 2 in 1 server blade
    • Top performance speeds time to results
    • Up to 1.5TFlop/s in 2 square feet, for demanding problems without a datacenter
    • Takes less floor space to get the most from your datacenter
    • Double the performance available without running out of datacenter space
    • Draws less power to help reduce energy and cooling costs
    • Reduce TCO to get the best ROI from your dollar
    Two independent 2P compute servers per blade; Two times the number of servers per enclosure
  • Double the Compute Power in the same 20MW Data Center Deliver movies to market faster, faster rendering, increase creative productivity, take on more projects at once
    • Placed the first order for 1000’s of BL2x220c
    • 2x the number of nodes per rack
    • 2x the performance - Same amount of power in half the space
    • Designed, tested, integrated, shipped and rapidly deployed internationally
    Expects the 2-in-1 blade to save ½ a data center
  • Some interesting data May 21, 2010 Peak performance: 12,288 Gflop/s Weight: 106 Tons (w/ 160 TB storage) Power: 3MW Cost: $110 million
    • Seven years ago: ASCI White (IBM)
    • #1 on the Top500 in June 2001
    Today: one rack full of Bl2x220c Peak performance: 12,288 Gflop/s Weight: ~2000 lbs (~1 ton) – 100x lighter Power: ~30KW – 100x less power Cost: ~ $800K -- more than 100x lower cost
    • Blades – HP’s Industry Leading Blade Solution
      • Up to 12.8 cores/U
      • Starting at 4 blades, expand up to 16 blades
      • BL460 blades in c7000 Enclosure
    • Storage – Industry Leading Density
      • Up to 12TB/U
      • Starting at 246TB, expand to over 820TB
      • Scales in 82TB Storage Blocks
    • Software – Proven in Content Rich Environments
      • Integrated system management
      • Multiple access protocols
        • NFS, HTTP, DirectIO
        • Streaming media or custom applications
        • Applications can run directly on blades
    HP StorageWorks 9100 Extreme Data Storage System Integrated hardware/software solution
  • HP’s Supercomputer-in-a-Box The power of supercomputing outside the Data Center. Made simple with BladeSystem c3000 and HP Cluster Platform
    • Accelerate innovation
    • Shorten time to market
    • Reduce order and deployment complexity
    • Over 1.5 teraflop of computing in a small footprint of only 2 square feet
    • Application-tuned bundles jointly developed with ISVs, available via HP’s application VARs
    • BladeSystem c 3000
    • Most versatile blade enclosure for SMB, remote sites, branch offices
    BladeSystem c3000 enclosure + HP Cluster Platform CP Workgroup System
    • HP Cluster Platform (CP)
    • Standard ‘cluster as a product’ set the bar for HPC cluster deployments
    Now with BL2x220c
  • Comprehensive HP Services for Next-Generation Data Center Manage, Automate and protect DC operations Rationalize, Modernize and Migrate your applications Consolidate and Virtualize Design, consolidate and/or modernize aging facilities New
  • End-to-end Solution Available Now Plus HP Labs Research for the Future
    • Intelligent infrastructure
    • Dynamic Cloud Services
    • Sustainability
    • Information explosion
    • Content transformation
    • Exascale
    • Flexible Computing Services
    • SaaS, AIaaS
    • IT Architecture Consulting
    • Data Center Transformation
    • Data Center Design (EYP MCF)
    • Dynamic Smart Cooling
    • Power & Cooling
    • Integration & Management
    • Automation
    • Capacity & Deployment
    • Security
    • Virtualization
    • HP ProLiant & Integrity Servers
    • HP BladeSystem c-Class
    • HP Cluster Platforms
    • HP StorageWorks
    Data Center Services Scale-Out Infrastructure Dense Systems
  • Challenges
  • The Well Known Challenge
  • HP’s holistic approach & portfolio May 21, 2010 Efficient systems to minimize power consumption Flexible designs to maximize power density Energy-aware provisioning to optimize power utilization May 21, 2010
    • HP BladeSystem
    • HP ProLiant
    • HP Integrity
    • HP Integrity NonStop
    • HP StorageWorks
    • BladeSystem Thermal Logic
    • HP-UX 11i Virtual Server Environment
    • EVA Dynamic Capacity Management
    • Modular Cooling System
    • Insight Power Manager
    • Dynamic Smart Cooling
    • Rack and power management solutions
    • Smart Cooling Services
    cooler systems cooler datacenters minimize power & reduce heat optimize energy & cooling
  • May 21, 2010
    • Similar to conventional sprays
    • Diffuse spray pattern
    • Recirculation regions
    • Vapor flow effect @ surface
    • Higher mass flux
    • Higher spray momentum
    • Jet impingement dynamics
    • High Localized heat transfer
    • (currently >500W/cm 2 with a COTS printing pen)
    Chip Spray Cooling … using HP Inkjet technology Spray Regimes with different ink jet assisted spray patterns
  • May 21, 2010 The other challenge (Remember this meeting in 2007!)
  • May 21, 2010 “ Mainstream computing needs parallelism for performance. This is new.” “A lot of very ordinary programmers will have to write parallel programs. Very few experts currently know how to do that.” Hans Boehm, Advanced Architecture Lab, HP Labs
  • www.hp.com/go/hpc www.hp.com/go/enablethecloud