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Supercomputers

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    (1) The Cray XC40 and XC50 supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (2) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (3) The Cray XC40 and XC50 supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (4) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (5) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (6) Side view of the supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (7) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» and part of the machine room of CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (8) The cables interconnecting the compute nodes of the supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (9) Kesch and Escha, the dedicated supercomputers of MeteoSwiss (Picture: CSCS)

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    (10) Back view of Kesch and Escha, the dedicated supercomputers of MeteoSwiss (Picture: CSCS)

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    (11) The cables interconnecting the compute nodes of Kesch and Escha (Picture: CSCS)

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    (12) Blue Brain 4, the IBM Blue Gene/Q acquired from the Blue Brain Project (EPFL Lausanne) and installed at CSCS (Picture: CSCS)

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    (13) Inside view of Blue Brain 4, the IBM Blue Gene/Q acquired from the Blue Brain Project (EPFL Lausanne) and installed at CSCS (Picture: CSCS).

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    (15) The PASC cluster, Mönch

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    (16) The CHIPP cluster, Phoenix

Outside Views

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    (1) The office block with its distinctive double layered glass facade (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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    (2) New view of the main entrance in the office building (Picture: Humus)

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    (3) The office building (right) is connected on the Northern side to the computer building (left) by a bridge and an underground tunnel (Picture: CSCS)

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    (4) Main entrance in the office building (Picture: CSCS)

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    (5) The bridge connecting office and computer buildings (Picture: CSCS)

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    (6) South-West view of the computer building (left) and the office building (right) (Picture: CSCS)

Resource and Distribution Deck

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    (1) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)

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    (2) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)

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    (3) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)

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    (4) Distribution deck (Picture: CSCS)

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    (5) Distribution deck (Picture: CSCS)

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    (6) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Blue Brain 4" (Picture: CSCS)

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    (7) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Monte Lema" & "Albis" (Picture: CSCS)

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    (8) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Piz Daint" (Picture: CSCS)

Pumping Station

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    (1) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)

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    (2) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)

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    (3) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)

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    (4) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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    (5) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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    (6) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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    (7) The suction strainers for the lake water pipe, just before they were lowered 45 metres into Lake Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (8) The suction strainers for the lake water pipe, just before they were lowered 45 metres into Lake Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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    (9) Only a trapdoor indicates the existence of the pumping station below the surface of Parco Ciani to visitors (Picture: CSCS)

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(1) The Cray XC40 and XC50 supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(2) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(3) The Cray XC40 and XC50 supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(4) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(5) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(6) Side view of the supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(7) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» and part of the machine room of CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(8) The cables interconnecting the compute nodes of the supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(9) Kesch and Escha, the dedicated supercomputers of MeteoSwiss (Picture: CSCS)

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(10) Back view of Kesch and Escha, the dedicated supercomputers of MeteoSwiss (Picture: CSCS)

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(11) The cables interconnecting the compute nodes of Kesch and Escha (Picture: CSCS)

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(12) Blue Brain 4, the IBM Blue Gene/Q acquired from the Blue Brain Project (EPFL Lausanne) and installed at CSCS (Picture: CSCS)

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(13) Inside view of Blue Brain 4, the IBM Blue Gene/Q acquired from the Blue Brain Project (EPFL Lausanne) and installed at CSCS (Picture: CSCS).

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(15) The PASC cluster, Mönch

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(16) The CHIPP cluster, Phoenix

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(1) The Cray XC40 and XC50 supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(2) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(3) The Cray XC40 and XC50 supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(4) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(5) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(6) Side view of the supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(7) The supercomputer «Piz Daint» and part of the machine room of CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(8) The cables interconnecting the compute nodes of the supercomputer «Piz Daint» at CSCS in Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(9) Kesch and Escha, the dedicated supercomputers of MeteoSwiss (Picture: CSCS)(10) Back view of Kesch and Escha, the dedicated supercomputers of MeteoSwiss (Picture: CSCS)(11) The cables interconnecting the compute nodes of Kesch and Escha (Picture: CSCS)(12) Blue Brain 4, the IBM Blue Gene/Q acquired from the Blue Brain Project (EPFL Lausanne) and installed at CSCS (Picture: CSCS)(13) Inside view of Blue Brain 4, the IBM Blue Gene/Q acquired from the Blue Brain Project (EPFL Lausanne) and installed at CSCS (Picture: CSCS).(15) The PASC cluster, Mönch(16) The CHIPP cluster, Phoenix
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(1) The office block with its distinctive double layered glass facade (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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(2) New view of the main entrance in the office building (Picture: Humus)

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(3) The office building (right) is connected on the Northern side to the computer building (left) by a bridge and an underground tunnel (Picture: CSCS)

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(4) Main entrance in the office building (Picture: CSCS)

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(5) The bridge connecting office and computer buildings (Picture: CSCS)

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(6) South-West view of the computer building (left) and the office building (right) (Picture: CSCS)

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(1) The office block with its distinctive double layered glass facade (Picture: Marco Carocari)(2) New view of the main entrance in the office building (Picture: Humus)(3) The office building (right) is connected on the Northern side to the computer building (left) by a bridge and an underground tunnel (Picture: CSCS)(4) Main entrance in the office building (Picture: CSCS)(5) The bridge connecting office and computer buildings (Picture: CSCS)(6) South-West view of the computer building (left) and the office building (right) (Picture: CSCS)
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(1) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)

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(2) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)

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(3) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)

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(4) Distribution deck (Picture: CSCS)

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(5) Distribution deck (Picture: CSCS)

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(6) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Blue Brain 4" (Picture: CSCS)

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(7) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Monte Lema" & "Albis" (Picture: CSCS)

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(8) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Piz Daint" (Picture: CSCS)

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(1) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)(2) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)(3) Resource deck (Picture: CSCS)(4) Distribution deck (Picture: CSCS)(5) Distribution deck (Picture: CSCS)(6) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Blue Brain 4" (Picture: CSCS)(7) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Monte Lema" & "Albis" (Picture: CSCS)(8) The island in the distribution deck dedicated to "Piz Daint" (Picture: CSCS)
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(1) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)

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(2) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)

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(3) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)

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(4) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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(5) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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(6) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)

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(7) The suction strainers for the lake water pipe, just before they were lowered 45 metres into Lake Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(8) The suction strainers for the lake water pipe, just before they were lowered 45 metres into Lake Lugano (Picture: CSCS)

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(9) Only a trapdoor indicates the existence of the pumping station below the surface of Parco Ciani to visitors (Picture: CSCS)

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(1) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)(2) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)(3) Microhydro plant for the production of electrical energy (Picture: CSCS)(4) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)(5) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)(6) In the labyrinth of the pumping station: five metres beneath the lawns of Parco Ciani, over 700 litres of water per second are pumped out of Lake Lugano (Picture: Marco Carocari)(7) The suction strainers for the lake water pipe, just before they were lowered 45 metres into Lake Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(8) The suction strainers for the lake water pipe, just before they were lowered 45 metres into Lake Lugano (Picture: CSCS)(9) Only a trapdoor indicates the existence of the pumping station below the surface of Parco Ciani to visitors (Picture: CSCS)