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Supercomputing Takes a Slight Pause in Q2 as Big Systems Drive Sales

With all of the relatively cheap computing power available today, and with the expanding focus from traditional supercomputers to clusters that can run simulations or big data workloads, you’d think that the HPC market would be growing like gangbusters. Not so. That’s the latest news from the box counters at IDC. But there’s good news, as well: in terms of sales, the HPC space helped prop up the rest of the server racket in the second quarter of this year, and looks to do even better in the second half. 

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Video: Managing HPC Clusters with MOAB

In this video, Chad Harrington from Adaptive Computing describes the coming wave of virtualization technologies in high performance computing and how the company’s Moab software helps customers manage HPC clusters of all sizes. 

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Interview: Huawei’s John Roese on the Future of Networking

This week the Hot Interconnects conference kicked off with a keynote by John Roese, VP and General Manager of Futurewei, Huawei’s North American R&D organization. After the talk, I got a chance to catch up with Roese and ask him about the keynote and where Huawei is headed in the HPC space. 

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Video: A Low-Latency Library in FPGA Hardware for High-Frequency Trading

In this video, John Lockwood from Algo-Logic presents: A Low-Latency Library in FPGA Hardware for High-Frequency Trading (HFT). Recorded at the Hot Interconnects 2012 conference in Santa Clara. Current High-Frequency Trading (HFT) platforms are typically implemented in software on computers with high-performance network adapters. The high and unpredictable latency of these systems has led the trading world to explore alternative “hybrid”...

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Xcelerit SDK 2.0 Adds Kepler Support

Getting your algorithm to take advantage of multicore processors and GPUs can be difficult. Enter the Xcelerit SDK 2.0 toolkit, which is designed to make light work of exploiting the parallelism existing in today’s HPC hardware. Using the Xcelerit SDK, companies only need to make quite minor changes to their...

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