The overall goal of Cloudberry Datacenters is to generate research results and knowledge that help to streamline energy use in data centers, reduce global carbon dioxide emissions and contribute to a more efficient energy system as a whole as well as to become a hub for research, development, knowledge and implementation in the data center area.
During the event, all of the 12 different sub-projects were presented, covering everything from energy systems, software, data clouds to research on buildings, cooling and energy recycling.
- Now when all the sub-projects has kicked off and are up-and-running, it is very interesting to hear everyone present their work and what is going on and how far they have come. We are very satisfied with the work so far says Karl Andersson, Associate Professor of Pervasive and Mobile Computing at Luleå University of Technology and project manager for Cloudberry Datacenters.
During the event, external guests as well as internal participants from Luleå University of Technology and RISE got a chance to network with one another and discuss issues like how a data center can be built differently in order to reduce energy consumption and what kind of software architecture is needed to increase energy efficiency.
Read more about Cloudberry Datacenters here: https://www.cloudberry-datacenters.com/