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IBM's Watson supercomputer is set to tackle scientific research head-on after being re-programmed to analyze big data in the cloud.
The grant will fund a cluster supercomputer to be named "Buddy," a nod to the university's mascot, Buddy Broncho.
HP HAS REVEALED its updated range of Proliant servers that will be powered by Intel's imminent Xeon E5v3 processor chips, the firm's ninth generation systems.
A University of Central Oklahoma professor of engineering and physics has been awarded a $304,745 research grant from the National Science Foundation to fund a cluster supercomputer.
The UK's ARCHER Cay XC30 petascale supercomputer is one step closer to a big upgrade, says EPSRC, following a consultation exercise with users.
As two dancers move through space, danceroom Spectroscopy shows the way their energy fields interact with molecules around them.
Computer visualization is an essential tool for scientists to gain an insight to how complex physical, biological and chemical phenomena work.
The software features a centralized management GUI for automated machine discovery, allocation, configuration, provisioning and total management of the OpenStack cloud environment, as well as multi-hypervisor integration and support, including for VMware's vSphere ESXi.
HP gets it: Servers for data centers have become a commodity . Now the Palo Alto, Calif.-based IT corporation is coming out with servers that companies can buy to satisfy their customers' application needs.
Company officials say the ProLiant Gen 9 servers are part of a larger server strategy that includes it Moonshot and Apollo efforts.
Semiconductor gadgets, all the more ordinarily alluded to as "semiconductors" or "chips," are a basic piece of our everyday lives and are vital parts of all current registering gadgets, crossing the most influential supercomputers to the sleekest cell phones.
That we now have a low-cost open hardware computing platform equipped with a many-core processor - for which comprehensive documentation is freely available, along with a GNU-based SDK - is a huge step forward.
EMC Corporation has announced a major upgrade to EMC Isilon OneFS, new Isilon platforms and new solutions that reinforce the industry's enterprise-grade, scale-out Data Lake.
IBM's grand plan for Watson, its Jeopardy-winning supercomputer, is quickly coming into focus - especially when it comes to academic and scientific research.
The Department of Human Services has tendered for testing and network infrastructure to benchmark and validate changes to its data centre to support the integration of Centrelink, Medicare and CRS Australia.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 04:53 am
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