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Convey and Nimbix Take Hybrid-Cores to the Cloud

Convey Computer announced today it is partnering with HPC cloud innovator, Nimbix, to deliver Convey’s unique hybrid-core architecture and bioinformatics personalities as a cloud-based HPC solution.

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Video: Texas Instruments Multicore DSPs for HPC

In this video, Arnon Friedmann from Texas Instruments provides an overview on the company’s new Multicore DSPs for HPC. Texas Instruments is offering HPC developers the “industry’s highest performing multicore solutions, at the lowest power levels, based on its C66x DSP generation. 

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Hengeveld: Looking Forward to SC11

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld primes us for a great week at SC11.

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Fujitsu Cracks the 10 Petaflop Barrier

Today Fujitsu today announced that the number one-ranked K computer has achieved a LINPACK benchmark performance of 10.51 petaflops (10.51 quadrillion floating point operations per second). According to the latest LINPACK performance measurements, not only did the K computer excel on performance benchmarks, achieving its goal of 10 petaflops and exceeding...

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Interview: From Frogger to Fluid Dynamics – SC11 Exhibits Run the Gamut

We’re closing in on SC11, the annual HPC love fest that kicks off this year in Seattle on November 12th. The SC (stands for Super Computing) events are different from every other industry gathering. They are part educational symposium, with hundreds of hours of sessions where researchers present their findings and HPC experts hold forth on timely and important topics. There’s also the show floor, where vendors and users (primarily research labs and education orgs) alike show off their latest work. A lot of business happens at these shows. It’s the best opportunity for vendors to talk to their HPC customers and present their latest cutting edge products. On the SC show floor, you’ll see new technology well before it gets turned into products for the commercial computing market. Just as many of the advances we’ve seen in automobiles came...

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