Houston-based X-ISS sheds light on key questions new HPC owners should be asking.
With computational testbed, developers and researchers don’t have to worry about about breaking the supercomputer.
Sony’s decision to kill Linux on the PlayStation 3 is bad news for the Air Force’s PS3 supercomputing cluster.
Cray has introduced a new line of entry- and mid-level HPC systems, making good on its promise to fill the gap between its CX1 deskside systems and XT mini-supers. Called the CX1000, the new machine makes use of the latest Intel Xeon processors and, from a performance standpoint, picks up where the CX1 leaves off.
A special report from Bio-IT World looks at cloud adoption in biotech.
Computer science students at LSU get a new cluster; and Tilera achieves the 100-core mark with its latest processor family. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.
An astrophysicist builds a PlayStation cluster.
SGI has launched a deskside HPC cluster product aimed at users looking for supercomputers they can call their own. The new product line, called Octane III, also marks the re-entry of the company into the high performance workstation space.
How big of a cluster can you build?