E4 Computer Engineering Unveils New ARM-GPU Clusters

November 13, 2012

This week at SC12, Italian cluster maker E4 Computer Engineering, launched a new series heterogeneous clusters, which pair an NVIDIA's ARM+GPU Tegra3 with a discrete Quadro GPU. We asked E4's Simone Tinti, who leads the HPC team at E4, to describe the new systems and talk about the advantage they offer to high performance computing users. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

Recomputing the Sky

July 13, 2010

The Universe might be expanding, but at least it's getting easier to see. On Monday, at the annual Microsoft Research Faculty Summit, the software maker unveiled the largest and clearest image of the night sky ever assembled. This so-called "TeraPixel" sky map was generated with the help of some of Microsoft's latest HPC and parallel software assets. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

Homebrew HPC: Stomping On The PS3

March 31, 2010

Sony nixes Linux install on next firmware upgrade. Read more…

By Douglas Eadline, Ph.D.

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