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Creating a $99 Parallel Computing Machine is Just as Hard as it Sounds

Adapteva Ten months ago, the chipmaker Adapteva unveiled a bold quest—to create a Raspberry Pi-sized computer that can perform the same types of tasks typically reserved for supercomputers. And... they wanted to sell it for only $99. A successful Kickstarter project raised nearly $900,000 for the so-called "Parallella," and the company got to work with a goal of shipping...

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Intel Targets Microservers with 8-Core Atom SoC

Atom C2000 SoCs offer the performance of Xeon processors with the added benefit of the extra features found on SoCs.

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How Facebook Threatens HP, Cisco, and More With Its “Vanity Free” Servers

A test rack in Facebook's hardware electrical test lab filled with Facebook DIY hardware. Sean Gallagher MENLO PARK, CA—Building 17 of Facebook's headquarters sits on what was once a Sun Microsystems campus known fondly as "Sun Quentin." It now houses a team of Facebook engineers in the company's electrical lab. Everyday, they push forward the company vision of how data center hardware should be built. These engineers constantly bench-test designs for their built-in-house server hardware—essentially putting an end to server hardware as we know...

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25 Hardening Security Tips for Linux Servers

Everybody says that Linux is secure by default and agreed to some extend (It’s debatable topics). However, Linux has in-built security model in place by default. Need to tune it up and customize as per your need which may help to make more secure system. Linux is harder to manage...

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Samsung May Have Key Role in ARM Server Stakes

It's a bit unclear whether there are enough large horses to make ARM servers commonplace in the data center today. If Samsung entered the market either to manufacture processors or launch systems, the game would change.

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