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Penguin Computing Demos Atom-Powered Open Compute Microserver

Today Penguin Computing demonstrated a new microserver platform based on the Intel Atom processor. As one of the first microserver designs built on the Open Compute Project’s microserver card specification, the microserver can accommodate 64-bit Intel Atom C2000 processors that feature up to eight cores and up to 32GB of...

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Biotech Companies Seeing ROI in HPC Systems

Over at BizTech, Kym Gilhooly writes that a growing number of businesses are acknowledging “to compete, you must compute,” turning to HPC systems to supercharge modeling, simulation and data analysis. The commoditization of technologies used within HPC systems puts them within reach of SMBs, says James Lowey, vice president of technology at the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen),...

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An Overview of the NUMA Architecture

Over at ACM QUEUE, Christoph Lameter has posted an overview of NUMA (Non-Uniform Memory Access) in today’s computing architectures. As the trend toward improving system performance by bringing memory nearer to processor cores continues, NUMA will play an increasingly important role in system performance. Modern processors have multiple memory ports,...

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A Leap Forward in Efficiency with Real-Time PUE

Over at Datacenter Knowledge, Patrick Flynn from IOhttp://www.io.com/ writes one-time PUE measurements are not an effective measure of energy efficiency and that real-time PUE is the wave of the future. With a data center industry mandate for greater energy efficiency, we need to evolve to newer, enhanced measurement models. Though a retroactive, building-averaged PUE may serve to confirm overall progress, it falls short of helping to pinpoint opportunities for improvement.

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Infographic Showcases Top 10 Supercomputers

  AIS brings us this infographic showcasting the world’s 10 fastest supercomputers as ranked by the TOP500 list. The TOP500 project ranks and details the 500 most powerful (non-distributed) computer systems in the world. The project was started in 1993 and publishes an updated list of the supercomputers twice a...

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