Tag: data center
The need for speedy results is critical to business success in energy exploration, manufacturing, life sciences, financial services, and other industries. Companies in these fields are looking for ways to leverage their hardware acceleration to run Big Data and HPC applications faster. To that end, great efforts are going into modernizing code by parallelizing computations Read more…
The art of data center cooling is one of continuous improvement that has seen interesting innovation over the past 5 years or so. Even with improvements in the technology, the general principles are consistent; use chilled water to cool air and then strategically move this newly chilled air to hot spots within the data center. Read more…
A recent Forrester report predicts that by 2020 the vast cloud landscape will be under the control of a small number of companies.
A new study that contradicts the influential EPA report about a doubling of data center energy consumption made waves this week.
Arpit Joshipura from Force10 Networks describes <span style=”color: black;”>the requirements for cloud networking at the compute, network, and storage layers for HPC data centers and explores the concept of <span style=”color: black;”>an open cloud networking framework.</span></span>
Cisco opened the doors on its datacenter-in-a-box offering, CDC, despite relatively low adoption of the mobile DC option.
The National Security Agency (NSA) has released unclassified documents detailing a new supercomputing facility and a cybersecurity initiative focused on cloud security and mobility.
Today’s extensive outage at Amazon data centers on the East coast brought AWS some unwanted attention. Major websites and services ground to a halt, sparking a fresh round of questions about relying on clouds for mission or business-critical operations…
A new report released by a data center management organization indicates that mainframes are set to go the way of the dinosaur, in part due to cloud computing. However, some question whether or not this point is valid in their preduictions for the mainframe’s cloudy future.
The concept of Fast Arrays of Wimpy Nodes (FAWN) could shape the next generation of data centers and alter the way public clouds operate.