About CoolEmAll Project About CoolEmAll Project

Project CoolEmAll

The European Commission funded project has taken a holistic approach to the complex problem of how to make data centres more energy, and resource, efficient.

Project CoolEmAll is developing a range of tools to enable data centre designers, operators, suppliers and researchers to plan and operate facilities more efficiently.

The participants in the project include a range of scientific and commercial organisations with expertise in data centres, high performance computing, energy efficient server design, and energy efficient metrics.

The expected results of the project include:

  • Data centre monitoring, simulation and visualisation software
  • Designs of energy efficient IT hardware
  • Contribution to existing (and help define new) energy efficiency metrics.

Project CoolEmAll is keen to collaborate with other efforts in this area as well as get constructive feedback on our research and development.

If you would like to find out more about the project please refer to our contacts page

Upcoming events Upcoming events

CoolEmAll at Data Centre World UK

The European Commission funded CoolEmAll project is announcing its final prototype software toolkit,...
../common/calendar Start Date: 2/26/14

CoolEmAll @ Open Compute Summit, San Jose

Andrew Donoghue from 451 Research will be representing the CoolEmAll project at the Open Compute...
../common/calendar Start Date: 1/28/14

ICT 2013 - Create, Connect, Grow, in Vilnius on 6-8 November, 2013

The ICT 2013 event will be held at the Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Centre LITEXPO in Vilnius...
../common/calendar Start Date: 11/6/13

European Actions Towards Eco-friendly Data Centers 2013

Co-located with the Third International Conference on Cloud and Green Computing (CGC 2013). Sept. 30...
../common/calendar Start Date: 9/30/13

Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit

CoolEmAll will be presented at the annual Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit (HCTS) in London. ...
../common/calendar Start Date: 4/10/13

Recent news Recent news

New CoolEmAll website!
The official funding period for the CoolEmAll project ended in March 2014. However, the partners are continuing to work together (and with industry and scientific partners) to make sure the tools and research we have developed over the last 30 months are supported. To that end, we have created a new website  which will be the main project site for the future. The mostly open...
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CoolEmAll at Data Centre World, releasing our final tools
The CoolEmAll project will announce the availability of its final prototype software toolkit, and other resources, to help improve the efficiency and sustainability of data centres at Data Centre World (DCW) , 26 th and 27 th February, Excel London.  As well as a stand (G07) at Data Centre World, two CoolEmAll representatives will be explaining the value of the project in a session...
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CoolEmAll at the Open Compute Summit
Project CoolEmAll will be represented at the upcoming Open Compute Summit in San Jose, California, by 451 Research. The two-day summit, held on the 28 th and 29 th January, will be a chance for the project to share some of its findings and tools with a number of datacenter experts and discuss how EU research projects such as CoolEmAll can contribute to Open Compute.  ...
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CoolEmAll partner IRIT at Green Days event
CoolEmAll partner IRIT has taken part in the latest Green Days event in Lille -  a series of events looking at energy efficiency in large scale distributed systems.  The event was titled: HPC and Cloud: Are they green?   IRIT was able to present some of the work done in CoolEmAll to develop tools to improve the design and operation of datacenters (specifically...
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CoolEmAll advisory board member TSO Logic webcast
CoolEmAll Advisory board member TSO Logic is holding a webcast on 4th December to discuss issues that are highly relevant to the CoolEmAll project.  TSO will be joined on the webcast by CoolEmAll consortium member 451 Research to discuss application-aware power management. The webcast will discuss issues such as: •Energy as a datacenter cost •Leading towards...
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