Tag: servers

IDC Says Lenovo Strengthens, IBM Stumbles in Q1 Ranking

Jul 7, 2015 |

IDC reported the worldwide technical server market grew more than 10 percent on a year-over-year basis to more than $2.5B for Q1 2015 versus Q1 2014. There was good news for Lenovo, which bumped up to third place behind HP and Dell, while IBM fell from second to a distant fourth. Not surprisingly, the ripples Read more…

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SRC Debuts Defense-Hardened FPGA Server

May 28, 2015 |

The SRC Saturn 1 server debuted today, built by reconfigurable computing specialists SRC Computers and positioned as an x86 alternative for high-volume workloads in hyperscale computing and big data analytics. While we have seen several FPGA-based server solutions come to market in the past year, the Saturn-1 is distinguished by its pedigree and insulation from Read more…

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HPC Server Market Sees ‘Okay’ Q2

Sep 22, 2014 |

The worldwide market for HPC technical servers reached $2.45 billion in the second quarter of 2014, down 2.6 percent from the same period in 2013, when the market hit $2.51 billion, according to International Data Corporation (IDC) figures. The analyst group attributed the decline to relatively low supercomputer sales. Despite the dip in year-over-year figures, Read more…

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New Haswells Spark Open Season for HPC Systems

Sep 15, 2014 |

What do you get when you add more cores, improved memory bandwidth, and a notable uptick in performance out of a freshly-launched chip? One hell of a lot of announcements from a broad, hungry base of server makers. And to be fair, a lot of excitement from the HPC user community to boot. While one Read more…

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GPUs Put Real-Time Defense on the Map

Jul 17, 2013 |

With ever more surveillance footage at home and abroad, there is an increasing need to handle, in near real-time, the immense processing required to sift through faces, spaces and signals. This week NVIDIA targeted the government and military geospatial intelligence community with a targeted stack of common packages for GeoInt (geospatial intelligence) developers and analysts….

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Intel Lights Up Silicon Photonics at Open Compute Summit

Jan 17, 2013 |

Technology will enable decoupling of compute and storage in server racks.

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University of Liverpool Signs Up for Bull Supercomputer

Jan 8, 2013 |

40-teraflop machine will replace aging stable of clusters.

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Appro Heats Up HPC Portfolio with Warm Water Cooling

Oct 31, 2012 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/Appro_RackCDU.jpg” alt=”” width=”70″ height=”90″ />Air-cooled servers may soon go the way of the single-core CPU. In high performance computing datacenters, the hottest new trend in energy efficiency is warm water cooling. IBM, Eurotech, and a handful of other vendors have paved the way with this technology and now Appro has entered the fray with its own solution.

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How Do You Get To 1TB/s? Quality.

Oct 29, 2012 |

Gone are the days when the architects of High Performance Computing (HPC) environments can treat the collection of servers, storage, networking and file systems as a science project for experiments, frequent failures, adjustments and course corrections.

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Another Proof Point for Oil-Cooled Servers

Sep 5, 2012 |

Intel chips keep their cool in oil bath built by Green Revolution Computing.

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