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SDSC fields 100 TFLOPS Appro super

SDSC announced late last week that they have been awarded $2.8M to deploy a new 10,368-core super from Appro. SDSC has focused in recent years on systems that enable data intensive computing, with a particular emphasis on flash memory systems. In November last year SDSC announced that Appro would be providing its next $20M super (named Gordon) as a follow on to SDSC’s (apparently successful) Dash flash memory prototype.

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W3C launches Web Performance Working Group

The W3C Web Performance Working Group will look at user agent features and APIs to measure aspects of web application performance...

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Javascript server Node.js moves to 0.2.0

The up-and-coming JavaScript-running network server gets a first minor bump to its version number as it and its community show rapid development...

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Support of Red Hat Enterprise Linux extended by 3 years

As part of its "Extended Life Cycle Support" package, Red Hat will update selected components of RHEL for a further 3 years...

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Intel acquires McAfee

Intel, the world's largest chip maker, has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire security services provider McAfee in a deal worth approximately $7.68 billion...

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