September 9, 2010
In the HPC market, Dell has established itself as the number three system vendor, trailing only its larger competitors, HP and IBM. Known for offering no-frills performance servers at reasonable prices, Dell has garnered a particularly strong following in higher education and government labs, especially for small and mid-sized clusters. But a recent spate of purpose-built HPC products from the company point to a subtle shift in Dell's high performance computing strategy. Read more…
July 2, 2009
As American HPC companies retrench, a new crop of European-based vendors is emerging. Read more…
April 14, 2009
Even as analysts and customers wonder whether Sun Microsystems will continue to survive on its own -- or whether it wants to -- the company continues to push new products out the door. On Tuesday, at Sun's Parter Summit in Las Vegas, the company introduced a number of new offerings, mostly centered on the recently launched Nehalem EP chips. Read more…
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