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IBM Big Iron OSes Treated to Spit and Polish

Mainframe hardware got a refresh at the high end last year and in the midrange this year, but that is it for this level of big iron from IBM for a while.

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Platform Concludes 8-Month Blog Series on HPC Applications A-Z

Since February, 2011, Platform Computing has been blogging on the Applications of HPC from A to Z. As an avid reader, I have to offer them a Tip of the Hat for sticking with it for 26 posts. I remember trying a similar...

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AMD Ships First “Bulldozer” Processors to Big Super Installations

Despite recent rumors of delays, today AMD announced revenue shipments of the first processors based on its new x86 “Bulldozer” architecture.

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Video: First Results from the LHC Experiment and the Role of HPC

In this video, Christoph Grab from ETH Zurich describes how HPC plays a central role in the analysis of the data from the Large Hadron Collider. A tip of the hat goes to the Swiss HPC Service Provider Community for pointing us to this story. Related posts:Video: The Role of...

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Reconfigurable Computers to Boost Science

Marlene Cimons from the National Science Foundation writes that science could receive a huge boost from adaptable computing. It’s a new and innovative way to build and use computers,” says Alan George, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Florida and director of the Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing. With reconfigurable computing, the architecture of the processor...

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