When the new data center in Holyoke begins operating in November, thousands of networked computers will allow researchers to crunch vast amounts of data to sequence genes, model the ocean, or study the effects of new drugs on varied patient communities. But innovations at the center don’t end with its massive computing power. The facility, known as the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, is designed with features that make it one of the most energy-efficient and environmentally sensitive data centers around.
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