XTREME-D, a Japanese HPC-as-a-service was facing several challenges.

  • real-time server power and thermal data collection
  • real-time health monitoring
  • cooling analysis
  • automated server discovery
  • cross-platform group policy control
  • KVM for device management.

As a company providing HPC for data intensive research and scientific organizations, finding a solution was extremely important.

This case study looks at how XTREME-D implemented Intel DCM and improved their uptime and cooling analysis. Download your copy now for more information.