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Russians Enter Petaflop Era with Rosatom Super

According to this story from the Russian ITAR-TASS new agency, a 1 Petaflop (peak) supercomputer has been deployed at the Rosatom Nuclear Energy State Corporation in Sarov, Russa.

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When Better Code Beats Moore’s Law

Steve Lohr over at the New York Times writes that performance gains from algorithm improvements often far outpace application speedups from faster processors attributable to Moore’s Law. There are no such laws in software. But the White House advisory report cited research, including a study of progress over a 15-year span on a benchmark production-planning...

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Why Parallel Matters

As the move to multi-core accelerates so does the need for parallel programming, but first let's look at what is causing this trend.

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SeaMicro Drops 64-bit Atom Bomb Server

If SeaMicro has been “awash in business” as company founder, Andrew Feldman, tells El Reg it has been in the wake of last June’s launch of the 512-core, 10U Atom-based SM10000 server, then the company had better batten down the hatches and prepare for the deluge.

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Where are the Next Storage Startup Stars?

Have we witnessed the end of an era? Has the great storage company growth boom ended with a series of big bang acquisitions: 3PAR, Archivas, Compellent, Data Domain, Diligent, EqualLogic, Isilon, LeftHand Networks, Ocarina, Storwize and more?

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