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InfoWorld - Red Hat is best known for its RHEL distribution, but the company has been making a big push into cloud computing with its OpenShift platform as a service, offered in both public and private cloud versions.
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The Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium is making steady progress on bringing one of the most discussed heirs to DDR4 closer to reality by releasing an update to the HMC specification late last month.
Recent issues with the power consumption of conventional HPC hardware results in both new interest in accelerator hardware and in usage of mass-market hardware originally not designed for HPC.
MXC optical and copper PCI-Express cable held by Mario Paniccia, Intel Fellow and general manager of the silicon photonics operations After more than a decade of research, Intel's new connector that uses light as a speedy way to shuffle data between computers is finally ready to replace slower copper cables.
MellanoxA Technologies, Ltd. , a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, and Ranovus, Inc., a leading provider of multi-terabit interconnect solutions for data center and communications networks, today announced the founding of an industry consortium to standardize ... (more)
Technologies, Ltd. , a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, today announced its LinkX comprehensive product portfolio of cables and transceivers supporting interconnect speeds of 10, 40 and 56 gigabit per second for both Ethernet and InfiniBand data center networks.
At the SXSW festival in Austin, diners line up to taste dishes developed by IBM's Watson supercomputer.
The nature of science shares striking similarities across many industry verticals.
"MONEYBALL", the book and subsequent film of the same name, put a spotlight on the role statistics play in professional baseball.
With the addition of this second facility and with recent upgrades to its existing primary manufacturing site, Cray has roughly doubled its manufacturing capacity.
A FOOD truck powered by artificial intelligence has been rolling out across the US over the last few weeks, serving up computer-generated recipes like Baltic apple pie and pork tenderloin with vanilla.
A self-employed dance teacher who almost missed out on competing in a prime-time ITV show's competition when it rolled into Norwich has said her eventual victory must have been down to fate.
Watson, IBM's artificially intelligent supercomputer, is known for beating the pants off Jeopardy contestants in trivia.
Cray continues to see an increasing trend in the HPC marketplace that we are calling "data-intensive" supercomputing.
Scientific Computing is excited to be celebrating its 30th year in 2014, and we have a terrific line-up of new things we will be introducing throughout the coming months.
How can organizations embrace - instead of brace for - the rapidly intensifying collision of public and private clouds, HPC environments and Big Data? The current go-to solution for many organizations is to run these technology assets in siloed, specialized environments.