Open Innovation and CollaborationDr. Erich RuetscheBusiness DevelopmentIBM Research - Zurich                        1
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The Eras of IBM Research: “The World Is Now Our Lab”                                                                  Radi...
Evolution of IBM Research                                                                           Business & Societal   ...
GovernmentIndustryAcademia5             © 2011 IBM Corporation
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CeBIT 2008 Prototype                                                                                               future ...
Collaboration with ETH in 2009 (FOAK)               seIBM Press Relea                                                     ...
SuperMUC at Leibniz-Rechenzentrum 20129                                         © 2011 IBM Corporation
EKZ and Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)One Click EV Charging1010                                             ...
University of AberdeenMolecular structure determination using AFM                                      OCTOBER 2010 VOL 2 ...
EPFLEliminating Power Consumption in Standby Mode12 12                                             © 2011 IBM Corporation ...
EPFL and ETH Zurich Tomorrow’s 3D Microchips: Less Energy, Less HeatCores: the coresare no longer side                  Ch...
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Open Collaboration and Innovation

  1. 1. Open Innovation and CollaborationDr. Erich RuetscheBusiness DevelopmentIBM Research - Zurich 1
  2. 2. 2 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. The Eras of IBM Research: “The World Is Now Our Lab” Radical Collaboration Joint Projects In-world Research, IBM Divisions, Clients, Smarter Planet ResearchIsolated Research Universities’50s — ’90s Hardware ’90s — ’00s + Software & Services ’00s … + Smarter Planet 3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. Evolution of IBM Research Business & Societal ChallengesLevel of Collaboration Client Engagements Services Joint Programs Software Corporate Funded Hardware 4 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s © 2011 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. GovernmentIndustryAcademia5 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. _ _ _ Advancing _ Information _ Security _ Since _ 2003 _ _ Milestones of a Partnership with ETH Zürich _ _ _ _ _ 1977 _ _ _ ZISC _ _ _ _ Zurich _ Information _ Security _ Center _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ETH Zurich _ armasuisse _ IBM _ Credit Suisse _ _ _1956 2008 2009 2011 2003 2001 6 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. CeBIT 2008 Prototype future ta centers of the seIBM Press Relea ns in da Intelligent u se of heat emissio from IBMs (NY SE: IBM) Zurich adefair scientist s y the direct reuse db e CeBIT 2008 tr a center achieve ch 2008 — At th on emission dat to be witzerland, 3 Mar neering concept of a zero carb operating energy an y, Rüschlikon, S e first time a pio lows three-qu arters of the IT powerful new k ind ofHannover, Germ ill present for th -efficient, but al erating costs. A atory w ely energy overall opResearch Labor not only extrem ndly and lowers he first prototype is his is envi ronmentally frieof waste heat. T eat buildings. T n. such uses as to h of this innovatiored irected to on the chip is the basis stem embedded ccording to Gartn er Groupwater cooling sy the IT industry. A ted s a challenge to ual to that genera e IT industry . At the same time, it pose ide emis sions, which is eq ta Challenges in th precious resource obal carbon diox consumption of da e yet increasingly for about 2% of gl worldwide energy ate the Energy is an indi spensabl mmunications in dustry accounts nfirms that the gy is used to oper rmation and co y Natio nal Laboratory co megawat ts each. This ener analysts, the info Lawrence Berkele er plants of 1000 world ov er. The US-based uivalent to 14 typical pow by air traffic the KWh, roughly eq r service econom y. amounts to some 120 billion e backbone of ou dget on data cent er centers co nstitute th and 50% of their total IT bu nd the world that spend between 25 possible to channe l this data centers arou panies currently w, it has not been s are increasing. Com s. But until no ge potential saving nsumption of data centers is zed electr ical heating system the environment, meaning that hu And the energy co loped into oversi mply dissipated in to deed, data centers have deve is waste heat is si operations. In . Instead, th ct supply of heat energy to serve as a dire t y, they will presen no t being realized. efair in H annover, German te Zurich CeBIT 2008 trad ly reusing its was lution from IBM Research - want to ch ange this. At the ro carbon footprint by direct that is Technological so y in Zurich now that achieves a ze -cooling system MR esearch Laborator ergy-effi cient data center ch is a new kind of water Scientists at the IB ept of a highly en t, the basis of whi th e pioneering conc ve energy and cooling circui for the first time gned an innovati ply for heat. The rese archers have desi rectly on the chip . g pools etc. or sim oling is need ed the most — di ildings, swimmin that the temperatu re of applied where co ip for heating bu rect use of heat is heat ge nerated by the ch t for the di model is to reuse rtant requiremen ro-em ission data center er, the most impo orks, is about 50  °C. The goal of the ze network. Howev icipal heating netw unicipal heating mous energy-sav ing conducting the he at into a m , for modern mun alone has an enor above a certain threshold, which air. This tude. the waste heat be times better than l orders of magni hich can co nduct heat 4000 oling ef ficiency by severa ers used water, w to improve the co is, IBM research chip, rese archers were able To accomplish th er cooling on the potential. B ut integrating wat 7 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. Collaboration with ETH in 2009 (FOAK) seIBM Press Relea d lan to build new kinIBM and ETH Zurich unveil p supercomputerof water-cooled d carbon-dioxide emissions by up to 85% ption by 40% an te heat. Aims to cut energy consum the Swiss Feder al irect reuse of was ware computing, -D hieve energy-a build a first-of-a 09— In an effort to ac day ann ounced plans to The and, June 23, 20 (NYSE: IBM) to ersity buildings.Zurich, Switzerl (ETH), and IBM ose excess heat for the univ by up to nology Zurich l directly repurp nt of the systemInstitute of Tech mputer that wil e carbon footprikind water-coole d superco to decrease th em using today’s , dubbed Aqu asar, is expected mpared to a similar syst innovative system CO2 per year, co ed to save up to 30 tons of 85% and estimat ies.1 In fact, up to 50% cooling technolog a stagge ring undertaking. used by energy-efficient is ion today is not ca ng systems and data centers energy consumpt tuation Making computi data center ’s carb on footprint or overheating—a si age air-cooled ep the processors from percent of an aver ing systems to ke ive. ing the necessary cool a holistic perspect compu ting but by power g at ener gy efficiency from rd timal when lookin y. We cannot affo that is far from op facing in the 21st centur alone,” e humanity will be d and performance ly the nu mber one challeng n of co mputational spee Emerging “Energy is arguab sed on the criterio rmodynamics in co mputer systems ba head of the L aboratory of The must be high perf ormance anymore to design s of ETH Zurich, t. “The new target Poulikako y projec explains Prof. Dr. is interdisciplinar liquid cooling.” lead investigator of th d data centers. This means Technologies and supercomputers an ter, which will be and low net po wer consumption ar—th e new supercompu heat reuse, Aquas ion by system and direct energy consumpt ve water-cooling 2010, w ill reduce overall e field of With an innovati start operation in M scientists in th H Zurich and is planned to arch collaborat ion of ETH and IB rect energy re-use ” located at the ET ng-term joint rese ta centers with di is based on lo ncept for “water-c ooled da 40%. The system as well as on a co ooling, chip-level water-c M’s Zurich Lab. a peak by scientists at IB rack and will have advanced deCente r® servers in one t of two IBM Bla supercom puter will consis The water-cooled raflops.2 ell as ce of about 10 Te r processor, as w performan high-performan ce liquid cooler pe and disconnected with a microscale each blad e to be connected will be equipped ons, which allow Each of the blades orks and connecti 8 pipeline netw input and output . stem (see image) and its heat- ily to the entire sy fficiently than air, © 2011 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. SuperMUC at Leibniz-Rechenzentrum 20129 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. EKZ and Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)One Click EV Charging1010 © 2011 IBM Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. University of AberdeenMolecular structure determination using AFM OCTOBER 2010 VOL 2 NO 10 www.nature.com/naturechemistry TOTAL SYNTHESIS Four of a kind OXYGEN REDUCTION REACTION Better through blocking WATER-OXIDATION CATALYSIS Nanotubes provide stability Single-molecule mug shot 1111 © 2011 IBM Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. EPFLEliminating Power Consumption in Standby Mode12 12 © 2011 IBM Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. EPFL and ETH Zurich Tomorrow’s 3D Microchips: Less Energy, Less HeatCores: the coresare no longer side Channels: as thin as a humanby side, but hair, the channels fill with thestacked vertically coolant liquid and traverse the 3D chip to maintain an operating temperature13 © 2011 IBM Corporation 13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. 14 © 2011 IBM Corporation

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