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T-Platforms Rolls Out World’s Highest-Density GPU Blade System

Today Russian HPC vendor T-Platforms unveiled what it calls the world’s highest-density blade system.

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Peer 1 Launches HPC Cloud Based On GPUs

David Chernicoff writes that Peer 1 Hosting in the U.K. has launched an HPC Cloud service based on Nvidia Tesla GPUs: The primary benefit of this type of cloud service certainly seems to be the ability to expand your computing capabilities in areas that you might not previously have considered.

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Nexenta 3.0 Benchmarked Against PC-BSD, OpenSolaris, Ubuntu

With the release of Nexenta Core Platform 3.0 a few weeks back we decided to run some benchmarks of this operating system against PC-BSD 8.1, OpenSolaris b134, and Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS. For those unfamiliar with Nexenta Core Platform, it is an operating system that combines the OpenSolaris kernel with a...

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Video: Sneak Peak at Intel Sandy Bridge

There’s a lot of news in store this week from the Intel Developer Forum. In this video, Intel’s Steve Smith gives a first look at the company’s next-generation, 32 nanometer processor expected in 2011.

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ARM Aims Disruptive Technology at HPC Market

ARM has long been rumored to have designs on the HPC market, and last week they made their intentions clear by disclosing details of their 2.5 GHz Cortex A15 processor, codnamed “Eagle.” An EE Times article described the A15 as a 2.5 GHz superscalar processor with eight-way multicore capabilities and multiprocessing support: From here on up, the Eagle is clearly aimed...

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