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Nvidia: High Performance ARM Servers 'One or Two Years' Away

Nvidia believes that high-performance servers will remain the domain of the x86 architecture for the next few years, but that ARM processors, combined with the power of the GPU, will eventually take over.

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Video: Optimizing Every Milliwatt with ARM-based Servers

In this video, Calxeda co-founder David Borland describes the Boston Viridis server platform, which optimizes ARM-based Calxeda EnergyCore technology to achieve unprecedented power performance. We don’t worry about just watts, we optimize every milliwatts in the system.” Learn more at the LowPowerServers blog. In related news, AMD is reportedly...

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Parallella: Low-Cost Linux Multi-Core Computing

Parallella is an attempt to make Linux parallel computing easier and is advertised as a "supercomputer for everyone", but will it come to fruition?

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Video: CERN – Accelerating Science with Puppet

In this video, Tim Bell, Operating System and Infrastructure Manager at CERN presents: Accelerating Science with Puppet. This talk will review CERN’s objectives and how the computing infrastructure is evolving to address the challenges at scale using community supported software such as Puppet and OpenStack. Recorded at the PuppetConf...

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Using Supercomputers to Regulate High-Frequency Trading

Researchers are using supercomputers to understand how high-frequency computer trading is changing Wall Street. At the University of Illinois, assistant professor of finance Mao Ye and Chen Yao and Jiading Gai used supercomputing resources made available through the National Science Foundation’s XSEDE program. Launched in July 2011, the program supports research in areas not traditionally involved with HPC. Fifteen years ago, trade was done by humans,” says Ye,...

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