Distributed, Sustainable, and Cloud Computing (DISCO) Lab


The DISCO Lab, directed by Dr. Xiaobo Zhou, aims to explore in-depth understanding of Distributed, Sustainable and BigData Cloud computing and augmented services, and develop innovative technologies to enhance the system performance, dependability, scalability and sustainability. The research was supported in part by funding from the National Science Foundation and Air Force Research Lab.

Facilities and Equipment:

The DISCO Lab is located in the new science and engineering building. The server room is furnished with cutting-edge HP data center blade facility that has three racks of HP ProLiant BL460C G6 blade server modules and a 40 TB HP EVA storage area network with 10 Gbps Ethernet and 8 Gbps Fibre/iSCSI dual channels. It has three APC InRow RP Air-Cooled and UPS equipments for maximum 40 kWs in the n+1 redundancy design.

More Information:

To learn more, visit the DISCO lab website.