Tag: workstations

GPUs Put Real-Time Defense on the Map

Jul 17, 2013 |

With ever more surveillance footage at home and abroad, there is an increasing need to handle, in near real-time, the immense processing required to sift through faces, spaces and signals. This week NVIDIA targeted the government and military geospatial intelligence community with a targeted stack of common packages for GeoInt (geospatial intelligence) developers and analysts….

Intel Pilots HPC Workstation Clustering Program

Sep 15, 2010 |

Cubicle Clustered Computing concept aimed at HPC’s “missing middle.”

Intel Partners See ‘Easy’ Upgrade Path With Xeon 5600 Chips

Mar 18, 2010 |

Westmere parts already showing up in HPC machines.

Westmere Ushers in the Second Coming of Multicore

Mar 18, 2010 |

Latest silicon from Intel, AMD and NVIDIA will change the workstation-cluster dynamic.

Accelerating 3D Seismic Data Analysis on Desktop Workstations

Feb 1, 2010 |

A new range of graphical processors can bring server cluster performance onto the desktop for under $10,000.

Oh, Yeah – The Workstation Is Sexy Again (Just Please Don’t Call It a Personal Supercomputer)

Oct 1, 2009 |

The technical workstation is back, and there are reasons to fall in love.

SGI Makes Leap Into ‘Personal Supercomputing’

Sep 21, 2009 |

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.