Case Study: 100 System Lab at Anoka-Ramsey Community College by REASON
Take a moment and listen to the sound of your computer. Now imagine that noise multiplied 100 times, in a relatively confined enclosure. This is one of the challenges REASON faced while designing and outfitting Anoka-Ramsey Community College's 100-unit computer lab. In addition to providing a quiet and practical workspace where students can study without distraction, the lab needed to satisfy the school's cutting-edge, high performance computing needs both now and well into the future. Furthermore, such a large quantity of systems running simultaneously tend to generate substantial heat; enough to raise energy costs over the summer when the facility must remain cool.
Fortunately, the team of experts at REASON had done their homework. Their solution included designing a nearly noiseless, yet exceedingly powerful PC based on AMD's top-of-the-line dual core technology. The overall heat and noise levels are greatly reduced through the implementation of low power components. The cooling technology is a combination of low rpm fans and ultra-quiet fans. The systems also produce less heat. which actually reduces the cost of air conditioning during the summer months.
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