Alex, Philippe and Philip worked until 03 am. The new fibres between the Enterprise Lab, the Networking Lab and the Security Lab have been installed. Great job! Wednesday morning it looks like that:
Before it looks like that:
There was an excellent article about our new cooling system published in our last “HSLU Magazin” (University News).
That was quite an effort done by the members of the ELteam. Wednesday, 9. October 2013, 13:00 the total disaster happened. Shortly after we had the first disaster meeting. The team decided to use this power outage for a complete move of all the gear from the basement d300 to the F-floor at the top of the building. This was possible due to the planning we have already done since we had in mind to execute the move in the next few weeks. Thursday at 03:00 most of the services and resources for education & research have been online again. Guys – I’d like to say thanks for your commitment to the Enterprise Lab and the willingness to sacrifice your deserved closing time. You did a hell of a job.
Marcel Gschwandl, Jose Luis Barahona, Philippe Schnyder, Philip Gasser, Christoph Bieri, Marzell Camenzind, Alexander Suhl
Everything began with an idea from Prof. Dr. Beat Wellig, head of “CC Thermische Energiesysteme & Verfahrenstechnik“. He showed me how much the energy efficiency of our Enterprise Lab could be improved. Some drawings on a paper and a few calculations later he came up with a theoretically possible PUE value of 1.1. And ever since I’ve been committed to this idea.