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Manufacturing Exascale

Jul 7, 2014 |

Exascale systems are certainly the current buzz in high performance computing. While theoretical projections suggest the possibility to have an exascale system by 2018, reality tells us that a usable supercomputer of that size will require at least few years into the next decade. Simply adopting the current approach – more of the same but Read more…

Liquid cooling: decisions, types, approaches.

Jun 11, 2012 |

Liquid cooling is seen as a solution to supercomputer thermal and energy problems. But, it is not always the best way to go, the decision depending on many factors including the types of liquid cooling to be deployed. Eurotech, a supercomputing company with years of experience in liquid cooling, shows his approach.

The Evolution to Ultra Dense Green Supercomputing

Nov 14, 2011 |

Eurotech commits to high density, energy efficient, scalable HPC delivering solutions around the newly addition to their Aurora product line.

The 3D Torus architecture and the Eurotech approach

Jun 20, 2011 |

3D Torus is an interconnection architecture that links a node in a cluster to its nearest neighbors. Such network topology organizes the nodes in a tridimensional lattice that allows them to communicate without switches. Although the Torus is particularly suited to support the solution of local pattern problems, it bears advantages that are becoming very interesting and actual, especially with nowadays increasingly larger installations.

The 3D Torus Architecture and the Eurotech Approach

Jun 20, 2011 |

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Europe Jumps Into HPC Fray With Aurora

Nov 25, 2009 |

A company known for wearable PCs comes out with its own supercomputer design.