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Big Blue Builds a Big Green Datacenter with Syracuse

Late last week IBM announced it had entered an agreement with Syracuse University to build a new green datacenter through technologies gathered together under its “Smarter Planet” initiative...
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All I Want For Christmas Is...To Be Sucked Into A Black Hole?

It's been the better part of a year since the Large Hadron Collider — the massive particle accelerator operated by the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) — was in the headlines, and even then it wasn't good news...
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Stanford’s Bill Dally Heads to NVIDIA

VentureBeat has published an interview with Bill Dally, who until recently was head of the CS department at Stanford, on his move to NVIDIA and his new role as chief...
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Hypervisor rev'd for higher reliability

Xen.org announced release 3.4 of its widely deployed, Xen virtualization hypervisor, which is widely used in Linux environments.
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Addison Snell: Sun’s HPC off-ramp

Addison Snell is blogging about the difference in the SGI and Sun/Oracle HPC trajectories. He argues that SGI has a long road ahead of it, but the road is in HPC...
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