Building High Performance Computing in a Green and Modular Solution Building Block

April 15th, 2009 5:25 pm
Posted by Maria McLaughlin
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- 2009 GREEN IT SYMPOSIUM Lean, Clean, & Green

Building High Performance Computing in a Green and Modular Solution
Building Block

Many IT departments in the high performance computing market are feeling the
rising pressure to deliver more capacity computing and performance while trying
to reduce the total cost of ownership. This white paper discusses how an environmentally
friendly and open-standards HPC building-block-based computing system using
flexible interconnect options helps you address your capacity computing needs.
You will learn how to consolidate server, storage, network, power—all
using less floor space, reduced energy consumption and management options while
delivering the reliability, availability, and serviceability features at a great

To download the white Paper go to:


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Author Info

Maria McLaughlin joined Appro in 2002 and has responsibility for all Appro's marketing, which includes branding, product positioning, market analysis, perception improvement, marketing communications and demand creation. She is also responsible for coordinating the product-definition and Go-to-Market Plan activities across Appro. Prior to her role at Appro, Mrs. McLaughlin worked at Hewlett-Packard for 13 years, where she held several marketing roles. She has also international business experience gained working at 3M Corporation in Campinas, SP, Brazil.

Mrs. McLaughlin graduated from Pontificia Catolica University in Brazil with a Bachelor’s degree in Business and English. She has also attended Berkeley Extension University in San Francisco.