Product Watch: Intel Expands Ntwk Sys Offerings. Sun Provides Storage to Sandpiper. IBM Intros DB2 Everywhere.

September 10, 1999



Hillsboro, OR — Intel Corporation announced the Intel 6000 Series Switch and the Intel Express 9500 and 8200 routers, new products that significantly expanded Intel’s network systems offerings. With the addition of these products, Intel has broadened its network systems offering to provide medium-size enterprise customers with more flexible and manageable end-to-end networking solutions.

“The incredible growth of the Internet has fueled the need for more robust access and infrastructure solutions,” said John Miner, vice president of Intel Communications Products Group. “Network systems products, including those we’re announcing today, are a strategic part of Intel’s plan to deliver integrated communications solutions to medium-size enterprises and Internet Service Providers. Networking has become one of Intel’s fastest-growing and most successful businesses, one that we will continue to grow through internal development, acquisitions, investments and alliances.”


Palo Alto, CA — Sun Microsystems, Inc., announced that Sandpiper Networks, a provider of comprehensive content delivery solutions for e-businesses, has chosen Sun as the strategic systems provider for building the industry’s most innovative storage infrastructure for multimedia. By standardizing on the Sun StorEdge platform and integrating over four terabytes of Sun StorEdge A1000 disk arrays with its own powerful Footprint service, Sandpiper is able to deliver broadcast quality streaming media faster and more reliably over the Web.

Sandpiper’s Footprint service, known for distributing Web content with speed and precision, demands a network infrastructure that can meet the increased demands of today’s content-rich Web sites. Among the most crucial factors in meeting Sandpiper’s needs is the ability to support the delivery of streaming media with the same heightened performance that the company brings to static content delivery. For more information visit


Armonk, NY — A new database platform from IBM will enable mobile workers to manage enterprise data, according to officials. DB2 Everywhere, which began shipping late last month, is a fully functioning relational database that can be embedded in applications that run on mobile devices.

The software, which has a 100KB footprint, supports Palm Computing’s Palm OS. IBM will bundle Puma Technology Inc.’s Satellite Forms Enterprise Edition development environment later this year, officials said. DB2 Everywhere is available now for free on IBM’s Web site. The software, packaged with Satellite Forms, will be priced at $1,750 per server and $49 per client. For more information visit


Chelmsford, MA — Mercury Computer Systems announced the availability of SANergy 1.6, adding performance enhancements and support for IBM AIX platforms to pre-existing support for Windows NT4, Macintosh, Sun Solaris, and SGI Irix systems.

Most significantly, SANergy 1.6 has also been tested and verified to support WindowsNT versions of popular enterprise applications and servers including Oracle v7 and v8, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM’s DB2 and Microsoft Exchange Server. For more information visit


Redmond, WA — Applied Microsystems Corporation (AMC) announced availability of CodeTEST Native, which was designed to analyze coverage, memory and executable trace for any software application running on a Sun SPARC/Solaris workstation. It is the latest in AMC’s CodeOPTIX family of embedded software visibility tools.

CodeTEST Native works solely on the developer’s host computer. This means software developers can conduct test analysis as soon as coding begins. By loading a target agent onto the host computer, users can compile to the host instead of compiling for a processor — the host computer essentially becomes a “virtual” target. For more information visit


Mountain View, CA — Planet-Intra.Com launched a downloadable Linux version of its successful no-programming software package, Planet-Intra. Planet-Intra, the first Instant Intranet Portal (IIP) to run on the Linux operating system and priced at under $600, caters to small to medium-sized enterprises and corporate divisions.

Designed to facilitate information-sharing and collaboration, Planet-Intra provides a no-programming instant intranet that is secure, customizable and easy to implement. Planet-Intra.Com’s solutions for NT and Linux, both priced at $599 for 25 users (different pricing levels are offered depending on size of user base), are immediately available through the Planet-Intra.Com website at


Cleveland, OH —, the premier Java component marketplace, released the first comprehensive matrix detailing and comparing the status of technologies supported and other features of the industry’s current and future Java application servers, available immediately at

The matrix includes versions and release dates of application servers that support or will support Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 1.1, JavaServer Pages (JSP) 1.0, and Java Development Kit (JDK) 1.2. By consolidating vast amounts of information from many vendors, this across-the-board matrix makes researching and evaluating the application server market easy and efficient. Flashline’s matrix drastically reduces the time it takes to thoroughly research all the products available.


Boulder, CO — Benchmark Tape Systems Corporation announced its family of DLT products, establishing a new level of price performance for server backup. Debuting in booth 328 at Networld + Interop in Atlanta next week, Benchmark’s product family consists of the Benchmark DLT1 tape drive, Benchmark DLT7 autoloader and Benchmark DLTtape IV media. First customer ship will occur in October. The Benchmark products will be available through Resellers and OEMs in the U.S. and Europe.

The Benchmark DLT1 tape drive offers a 40 GB native capacity (80 GB compressed) and a 3 MB/second native transfer rate (6 MB/sec compressed), providing enterprise reliability and performance at low-end server pricing. Along with leading price/performance metrics, the Benchmark DLT1 is read compatible with the DLT4000 utilizing DLTtape IV media. The Benchmark DLT1 is available in internal and external configurations. Virtually all software packages are supported. Designed with automation in mind, the Benchmark DLT1 features soft unload capability. The expected street price for the Benchmark DLT1 tape drive is $1299. For more information visit


Portland, OR — Continuing to broaden its product line for the Unix market, Tripwire Security Systems, Inc. (TSS) announced the release of Tripwire 2.2 for HP-UX and IBM-AIX. Developed in 1992 for intrusion detection purposes, Tripwire is a tool with multiple applications including damage assessment and recovery, software verification, auditing, and policy compliance. Tripwire also protects against changes to operating system files and would protect users against any “backdoor” vulnerabilities that could be coded into software.

“We are excited that TSS has responded to the increasing demand from our users for a fully supported HP-UX version of Tripwire. As organizations become more dependent on the Internet, they need to be able to secure transactions and secure the data on their servers. Tripwire meets those needs,” said Kent McMullen, Director of Marketing, Hewlett-Packard, HP-UX Operating Environment.


Huntsville, AL — Intergraph Corporation’s award-winning AccessNFS connectivity tools are now shipping with Hewlett-Packard Company’s new Microsoft Windows NT-based HP VISUALIZE Personal Workstations, providing customers with immediate access to information on UNIX-based systems.

The full version of Intergraph DiskAccess 4.0, an NFS client, is shipping with every HP VISUALIZE Personal Workstation. In addition, HP customers will receive trial versions of Intergraph’s complete suite of AccessNFS Solutions including DiskShare, an NFS server; AccessNFS Gateway, an NFS gateway; and Batch Services, a batch scheduling system.


Burlington, MA — Object Design, Inc., announced that its eXcelon XML eBusiness information server is being deployed by NEC Systems, Inc., as a core component of NEC’s new eBusiness Process Framework. The eBusiness framework was developed by NEC’s Boston Technology Center and is currently undergoing beta testing.

NEC’s eBusiness Process Framework is a highly flexible system that allows companies to integrate via the Internet all of their external business processes with internal fulfillment processes. Using industry-standard business-to-business protocols such as Open Applications Group (OAG), Open Buying on the Internet (OBI), and RosettaNet, it serves as a platform for building and deploying next-generation XML-based business-to-business applications.


Atlanta, GA — American Megatrends Inc. (AMI), a supplier of RAID technology to the OEM server and storage marketplace, released the MegaRAID Enterprise 1500, a high performance 64-bit PCI Ultra2 LVD SCSI RAID controller for enterprise-class servers.

The advanced RAID controller features the Intel i960 RN processor with a 100 MHz internal JX core. Surrounded completely by 64-bit architecture, along with four Ultra2 SCSI channels, the Enterprise 1500 reaches sustained sequential throughput of 210 MB/s and a random I/O rate of more than 8,000 I/Os per second. For more information visit


Boulder, CO — Spectra Logic Corp. announced it is now shipping TreeFrog tape libraries equipped with Sony’s AIT-2 tape drive technology. The AIT TreeFrog (model name Spectra 2000), provides users with a native capacity of 1.5 Terabytes and a transfer rate of 6.0 to 12.0 Megabytes per second, uncompressed.

Sony’s AIT-2 tape drives boast the mid-range tape industry’s fastest native transfer rate, 6.0 Megabytes per second (15.6 MB/sec compressed), and largest per-cartridge capacity, 50 Gigabytes (130 GB compressed), for under $5000. AIT now holds the leading specifications in capacity per tape, transfer rate, media passes, head life, and reliability. “Our TreeFrog library family has been delivering the automation industry’s lowest cost and highest performance storage specifications with AIT-1 and with AIT-2 specifications, the TreeFrog is now able to eclipse entry-level DLT automation products,” Thompson said. For more information visit


Boulder, CO — Ecrix Corporation announced the general availability of the VXA-1 tape drive and a new e-commerce distribution channel. Based on Ecrix’s groundbreaking VXA technology, the VXA-1 tape drive delivers major advances over conventional tape technology, offering users unprecedented data restore capabilities. With 66GB of capacity and 6 MB/second transfer rate, the VXA-1 tape drive is the price/performance leader in its market.

VXA technology is based on three complementary innovations: Discrete Packet Format (DPF), Variable Speed Operation (VSO), and OverScan Operation (OSO). DPF enables data to be written and read in individually addressed packets, a technology similar to that already proven in the networking and Internet markets. VSO saves time by continually adjusting tape speed to match the varying data throughput of the server, eliminating a common streaming tape problem known as “backhitching.” OSO is a technique for reading data packets independent of track shape or geometry. By overscanning data packets at variable tape speeds, VXA virtually guarantees data restore. For more information visit


Blue Bell, PA — Unisys Corporation announced another example of its thin-client solution that makes it faster and more cost-effective to deploy applications. Unisys thin-client solution provides an application deployment framework that can help users realize the benefits of the Internet and Worldwide Web to make their applications available anytime, anywhere. This solution allows applications to be quickly deployed through an intranet, dramatically decreasing the time to implement applications.

In addition, it allows delivery of applications through the Internet to easily allow application rental by the public as provided by application service providers. Any user equipped with a PC or low-cost terminal device will be able to rent any application, launched from a browser at any location. The applications reside on the server, helping to cut the user’s software costs, eliminate the complexities of software distribution and management and reduce the need for users to constantly upgrade their PCs as new technology emerges. For more information visit


Alameda, CA — Tech Soft America (TSA) announced the immediate availability of version 4.5 of their HOOPS 3D Application Framework (HOOPS/3dAF) software which provides an extensible, modular base architecture enabling the rapid development of world-class CAD/CAM/CAE applications for the PC, UNIX and LINUX platforms. HOOPS is the core graphics component in shipping applications from companies such as Parametric Technology Corp. (PTC), SDRC, Mechanical Dynamics, MicroCADAM, Tecnomatix, Fluent, Tecoplan, ITI, Pam Systems, Ansys/Centric, Minitab, and over 150 other organizations worldwide.

Specific highlights of the HOOPS 4.5 Release include: Level-of-Detail Module, support for OpenGL display lists, new platform support for HPUX 11, IRIX 65 and Linux LIBC6, integration with Parasolid v 11.0 and integration with ACIS 3D Toolkit from Spatial Technology. For more information visit


Costa Mesa, CA — MSC.Software Corp. (MSC), a developer of simulation software, announced the launch of MSC.NASTRAN for use on the Linux operating system. Recognized by the Federal Aviation Administraion as an accepted standard for airframe manufacturers seeking design certification, MSC.NASTRAN is primarily used for computer-aided stress, vibration, heat-transfer, acoustic and aeroelasticity analysis.

The software may be ordered directly from MSC.Software now and will also be available later this month through’s recently announced onDemand Licensing Facility, the first vertical application service provider (ASP) developed exclusively for the engineering community. For more information visit


Orem, UT — Caldera Systems Inc. announced that its LInux wiZARD (LIZARD), the industry’s first point and click install of Linux, is now available under the Q Public License (QPL) for download from HTTP://

The LIZARD install was developed for OpenLinux by Caldera Systems Engineers in Germany, and by Troll Tech, a leading software tools development company in Oslo, Norway. LIZARD makes the transition from Windows to Linux easier for the new user and reduces down time created by command line installation. For more information visit or


Nuremberg/Munich — SuSE GmbH, Nuremberg, and Siemens AG, Munich, have completed a Linux extension allowing the use of up to four GByte of memory on Intel-based servers. High-end server systems with memories of this size are used in computer-intensive database applications which are the basis of many company-relevant applications.

“Due to its stability and extensive networking capabilities, Linux already enjoys an excellent reputation in numerous companies as a server operating system. By breaking this barrier, which until now stood at two GByte, Linux qualifies as a genuine alternative for memory-intensive applications,” said Roland Dyroff, CEO of SuSE GmbH. The Linux extension is available as a patch on the SuSE ftp server For more information vist or


San Diego, CA — Kingsley Technologies Inc. announced it will begin shipping its One4All Virtual Information Server this month. One4All is a suite of software designed to integrate data across different sources and includes four components: A Designer maintains a consistent interface to all data, the Standard Server gives users access to tables in various relational, object, flat-file, ISAM or legacy data sources, the Virtual Server enables IT managers to create virtual databases that incorporate data from multiple sources and the ODBC Network Server enables access from Windows users to data in Unix repositories and vice versa.

Additional modules let application designers build in business logic, security, automatic replication and delivery guarantees. The One4All server runs on Solaris, HP-UX, SCO Unix, AIX, Windows 9x and Windows NT. The client runs on systems that support Java2.For more information visit


Portland, OR — A new LVD (low voltage differential) switch from Apcon Inc. enables network administrators to link multiple servers to a single tape backup device. The 4X2 SCSI Switch, available now, can support up to 28 SCSI peripherals via six independent SCSI buses.

It includes redundant power and dual RS-232 serial port connections, as well as Apcon Control Software for remote operation and control of SCSI configurations. A LAN port for connection to a TCP/IP network is available as an option, said officials at Apcon. For more information visit


Chicago, IL — StorageNetworks Inc. and Comdisco Inc. announced an alliance that will enable them to offer customers outsourcing services in both data storage and disaster recovery.

StorageNetworks, of Waltham, Mass., is a storage services provider, while Comdisco brings to the unnamed offering servers, personnel and networking resources for information recovery and protection. For more information visit or


San Diego, CA — Gateway announced availability of the Linux 6.0 operating system from Red Hat Inc. as an option on models in the company’s ALR Series line of servers. The agreement with Red Hat makes the nation’s 3rd largest PC manufacturer an authorized reseller of one of the leading Linux-based OS software and service providers.

Red Hat commercially packages Red Hat Linux code and offers end-users broad support and training for the product. As an authorized reseller, Gateway will acquire licensing and factory-install Red Hat Linux on qualified ALR server platforms for a fee. Technical support for end-users is provided on a fee-basis directly by Red Hat. For more information visit


Boulder, CO — Spatial Inc., a developer of 3D modeling technology and interoperability solutions and services for the CAD/CAM and CAE industries, announced the incorporation of ACIS 5.0 into the WorkSpace5 robotic simulation and off-line programming software product from Flow Software Technologies.

The incorporation of the de facto 3D modeling kernel, developed by Spatial, enables WorkSpace5 to offer more productive workflow, greater interoperability across diverse systems and a better economy of design and programming time for robotics simulation and off-line programming for its users. For more information visit or


Anaheim, CA — MTI Technology Corp. announced the introduction of its comprehensive portfolio of offerings called MTI DataServices. The new storage methodology is designed to offer a comprehensive suite of enterprise storage network solutions that are certified and tested to minimize problems associated with today’s complex storage environments.

As an all-inclusive solution, MTI DataServices eliminates the obstacles common to configuring large enterprise storage network systems. MTI’s DataServices combines Storage Area Network (SAN), Network-Attached Storage (NAS) and management software in a single solution providing comprehensive, cross-platform compatibility coupled with certified interoperability. For more information visit

— This file compiled by Steve Fisher, HPCwire managing editor. Email: [email protected]


Subscribe to HPCwire's Weekly Update!

Be the most informed person in the room! Stay ahead of the tech trends with industy updates delivered to you every week!

Supercomputers Streamline Prediction of Dangerous Arrhythmia

June 2, 2020

Heart arrhythmia can prove deadly, contributing to the hundreds of thousands of deaths from cardiac arrest in the U.S. every year. Unfortunately, many of those arrhythmia are induced as side effects from various medicati Read more…

By Staff report

Indiana University to Deploy Jetstream 2 Cloud with AMD, Nvidia Technology

June 2, 2020

Indiana University has been awarded a $10 million NSF grant to build ‘Jetstream 2,’ a cloud computing system that will provide 8 aggregate petaflops of computing capability in support of data analysis and AI workload Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

10nm, 7nm, 5nm…. Should the Chip Nanometer Metric Be Replaced?

June 1, 2020

The biggest cool factor in server chips is the nanometer. AMD beating Intel to a CPU built on a 7nm process node* – with 5nm and 3nm on the way – has been instrumental to AMD’s datacenter market resurgence. Nanomet Read more…

By Doug Black

Supercomputer-Powered Protein Simulations Approach Lab Accuracy

June 1, 2020

Protein simulations have dominated the supercomputing conversation of late as supercomputers around the world race to simulate the viral proteins of COVID-19 as accurately as possible and simulate potential bindings in t Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

HPC Career Notes: June 2020 Edition

June 1, 2020

In this monthly feature, we'll keep you up-to-date on the latest career developments for individuals in the high-performance computing community. Whether it's a promotion, new company hire, or even an accolade, we've got Read more…

By Mariana Iriarte

AWS Solution Channel

Computational Fluid Dynamics on AWS

Over the past 30 years Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has grown to become a key part of many engineering design processes. From aircraft design to modelling the blood flow in our bodies, the ability to understand the behaviour of fluids has enabled countless innovations and improved the time to market for many products. Read more…

Supercomputer Modeling Shows How COVID-19 Spreads Through Populations

May 30, 2020

As many states begin to loosen the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders that have forced most Americans inside for the past two months, researchers are poring over the data, looking for signs of the dreaded second peak of t Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

Indiana University to Deploy Jetstream 2 Cloud with AMD, Nvidia Technology

June 2, 2020

Indiana University has been awarded a $10 million NSF grant to build ‘Jetstream 2,’ a cloud computing system that will provide 8 aggregate petaflops of comp Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

10nm, 7nm, 5nm…. Should the Chip Nanometer Metric Be Replaced?

June 1, 2020

The biggest cool factor in server chips is the nanometer. AMD beating Intel to a CPU built on a 7nm process node* – with 5nm and 3nm on the way – has been i Read more…

By Doug Black

COVID-19 HPC Consortium Expands to Europe, Reports on Research Projects

May 28, 2020

The COVID-19 HPC Consortium, a public-private effort delivering free access to HPC processing for scientists pursuing coronavirus research – some utilizing AI Read more…

By Doug Black

$100B Plan Submitted for Massive Remake and Expansion of NSF

May 27, 2020

Legislation to reshape, expand - and rename - the National Science Foundation has been submitted in both the U.S. House and Senate. The proposal, which seems to Read more…

By John Russell

IBM Boosts Deep Learning Accuracy on Memristive Chips

May 27, 2020

IBM researchers have taken another step towards making in-memory computing based on phase change (PCM) memory devices a reality. Papers in Nature and Frontiers Read more…

By John Russell

Hats Over Hearts: Remembering Rich Brueckner

May 26, 2020

HPCwire and all of the Tabor Communications family are saddened by last week’s passing of Rich Brueckner. He was the ever-optimistic man in the Red Hat presiding over the InsideHPC media portfolio for the past decade and a constant presence at HPC’s most important events. Read more…

Nvidia Q1 Earnings Top Expectations, Datacenter Revenue Breaks $1B

May 22, 2020

Nvidia’s seemingly endless roll continued in the first quarter with the company announcing blockbuster earnings that exceeded Wall Street expectations. Nvidia Read more…

By Doug Black

Microsoft’s Massive AI Supercomputer on Azure: 285k CPU Cores, 10k GPUs

May 20, 2020

Microsoft has unveiled a supercomputing monster – among the world’s five most powerful, according to the company – aimed at what is known in scientific an Read more…

By Doug Black

Supercomputer Modeling Tests How COVID-19 Spreads in Grocery Stores

April 8, 2020

In the COVID-19 era, many people are treating simple activities like getting gas or groceries with caution as they try to heed social distancing mandates and protect their own health. Still, significant uncertainty surrounds the relative risk of different activities, and conflicting information is prevalent. A team of Finnish researchers set out to address some of these uncertainties by... Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

[email protected] Turns Its Massive Crowdsourced Computer Network Against COVID-19

March 16, 2020

For gamers, fighting against a global crisis is usually pure fantasy – but now, it’s looking more like a reality. As supercomputers around the world spin up Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

[email protected] Rallies a Legion of Computers Against the Coronavirus

March 24, 2020

Last week, we highlighted [email protected], a massive, crowdsourced computer network that has turned its resources against the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe – but [email protected] isn’t the only game in town. The internet is buzzing with crowdsourced computing... Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

Global Supercomputing Is Mobilizing Against COVID-19

March 12, 2020

Tech has been taking some heavy losses from the coronavirus pandemic. Global supply chains have been disrupted, virtually every major tech conference taking place over the next few months has been canceled... Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

Supercomputer Simulations Reveal the Fate of the Neanderthals

May 25, 2020

For hundreds of thousands of years, neanderthals roamed the planet, eventually (almost 50,000 years ago) giving way to homo sapiens, which quickly became the do Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

DoE Expands on Role of COVID-19 Supercomputing Consortium

March 25, 2020

After announcing the launch of the COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium on Sunday, the Department of Energy yesterday provided more details on its sco Read more…

By John Russell

Steve Scott Lays Out HPE-Cray Blended Product Roadmap

March 11, 2020

Last week, the day before the El Capitan processor disclosures were made at HPE's new headquarters in San Jose, Steve Scott (CTO for HPC & AI at HPE, and former Cray CTO) was on-hand at the Rice Oil & Gas HPC conference in Houston. He was there to discuss the HPE-Cray transition and blended roadmap, as well as his favorite topic, Cray's eighth-gen networking technology, Slingshot. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Honeywell’s Big Bet on Trapped Ion Quantum Computing

April 7, 2020

Honeywell doesn’t spring to mind when thinking of quantum computing pioneers, but a decade ago the high-tech conglomerate better known for its control systems waded deliberately into the then calmer quantum computing (QC) waters. Fast forward to March when Honeywell announced plans to introduce an ion trap-based quantum computer whose ‘performance’ would... Read more…

By John Russell

Leading Solution Providers

SC 2019 Virtual Booth Video Tour



Tech Conferences Are Being Canceled Due to Coronavirus

March 3, 2020

Several conferences scheduled to take place in the coming weeks, including Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) and the Strata Data + AI conference, have Read more…

By Alex Woodie

Exascale Watch: El Capitan Will Use AMD CPUs & GPUs to Reach 2 Exaflops

March 4, 2020

HPE and its collaborators reported today that El Capitan, the forthcoming exascale supercomputer to be sited at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and serve Read more…

By John Russell

‘Billion Molecules Against COVID-19’ Challenge to Launch with Massive Supercomputing Support

April 22, 2020

Around the world, supercomputing centers have spun up and opened their doors for COVID-19 research in what may be the most unified supercomputing effort in hist Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

Cray to Provide NOAA with Two AMD-Powered Supercomputers

February 24, 2020

The United States’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) last week announced plans for a major refresh of its operational weather forecasting supercomputers, part of a 10-year, $505.2 million program, which will secure two HPE-Cray systems for NOAA’s National Weather Service to be fielded later this year and put into production in early 2022. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

15 Slides on Programming Aurora and Exascale Systems

May 7, 2020

Sometime in 2021, Aurora, the first planned U.S. exascale system, is scheduled to be fired up at Argonne National Laboratory. Cray (now HPE) and Intel are the k Read more…

By John Russell

Summit Supercomputer is Already Making its Mark on Science

September 20, 2018

Summit, now the fastest supercomputer in the world, is quickly making its mark in science – five of the six finalists just announced for the prestigious 2018 Read more…

By John Russell

Fujitsu A64FX Supercomputer to Be Deployed at Nagoya University This Summer

February 3, 2020

Japanese tech giant Fujitsu announced today that it will supply Nagoya University Information Technology Center with the first commercial supercomputer powered Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Australian Researchers Break All-Time Internet Speed Record

May 26, 2020

If you’ve been stuck at home for the last few months, you’ve probably become more attuned to the quality (or lack thereof) of your internet connection. Even Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

  • arrow
  • Click Here for More Headlines
  • arrow
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Share This