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Video: ARM-Based Servers from Calxeda to Sip Datacenter Power

In this video, GigaOm’s Katie Fehrenbacher interviews Calxeda’s Karl Fruend on the company’s low-power servers based on ARM cell-phone processors. Calxeda is basically a chip company and will be rolling out their products in 2012.

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Platform Symphony 5.1 Adds GPU Support, Doubles Scalability

Today Platform Computing announced the release of Platform Symphony 5.1, its popular service oriented architecture (SOA) application. With it’s enhanced architecture, Symphony offers the following new capabilities: Easier Application On-boarding Faster, easier, less costly development and testing for applications allows customers to retain investments in existing applications. GPU Support and intelligent GPU workload scheduling exposes available resources at the enterprise grid...

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Video: btrfs Overview plus Stability and Performance Analysis

In this video, ORNL’s Douglas Fuller presents brtfs: Overview and Requirements for a btrfs osd. After that, Whamcloud’s Johann Lombardi presents Stability and Performance Analysis of brtfs. Recorded at the LUG’2011 conference in Orlando on April 13, 2011. Slides from the conference will be posted soon at the conference...

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Video: Lustre Use Cases in the TSUBAME2.0 Supercomputer

In this video, Hitoshi Sato from the Tokyo Institute of Technology presents Lustre Use Cases in the TSUBAME2.0 supercomputer. Recorded at the LUG’2011 conference in Orlando on April 13, 2011. Slides from the conference will be posted soon at the conference site.   Related posts:Video: ZFS on Linux for LustreVideo:...

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Data-Intensive Problems to Shift Course of Supercomputing

Science Daily is reporting that a ‘Data Deluge’ is resulting in a paradigm shift in supercomputer architectures. In a presentation during the 3rd Annual La Jolla Research & Innovation Summit this week, SDSC Director Michael Norman said that the amount of digital data generated just by instruments such as DNA sequencers, cameras, telescopes, and MRIs is now doubling every 18 months.

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