Eni has started the updating work for its new supercomputer system, HPC5, in order to strengthen the existing HPC4, tripling its computing power from 18 to 52 petaflops, equivalent to 52 million billion mathematical operations a second.
Unique in its kind in Italy, the project foresees the unification of all Eni's IT systems for data processing and High Performance Computing, with the goal of improving energy efficiency, optimize costs and help reducing CO2 emissions
Eni launches the Green Data Centre, the best in the world for energy efficiency: it will host all of Eni's IT, optimising costs and reduc...
The new centre (Italian in design and construction) will be among the most important in Europe in terms of its purpose and size (5,200 useful m2, up to 30MW of IT power and up to 50kW/m2 of energy density) and the best in the world for energy efficiency
The Copasir President and Eni’s CEO visit Eni’s Green Data Centre, centre of technological excellence and security
The excellence of the computers' security systems is also revealed by the constant protection of corporate data through a Control Room, equipped with cutting-edge tools.
The supercomputer, housed in the Green Data Center in Ferrera Erbognone, is an essential tool to accelerate Eni’s transition toward the energy of the future