35,000-Core Aussie Supercomputer to Feature ‘Haswell’ Chips

May 13, 2014

Western Australian research organization iVEC has revealed that its latest-generation Cray XC30 will be decked out with 35,000 Intel cores when a scheduled upgr Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Australia Goes on Spending Spree in Supercomputing Market

July 26, 2012

While governments in much of the rest of the world are wringing their hands over stagnant or shrinking R&D budgets, Australia is buying up HPC machinery like there is no tomorrow. Just this week, Cray, IBM, and SGI announced supercomputing deals that would send the vendors' latest and greatest HPC equipment Down Under. In this case, the three systems are headed to various research facilities in New South Wales and Western Australia. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

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