Monthly Archives: May 2011

ROI on More Efficient Power Supplies

These days, many server vendors offer you more efficient power supply options, at a slight premium compared to less efficient base versions. While everyone wants to do the right thing for the planet, your boss probably wants you to justify … Continue reading

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Getting Started With GPU Computing

With the launch of the M2090 last week, I challenged my team to come up with an affordable, easy to buy, easy to install, GPU Starter Kit. HP customers like George Tech have been benefiting from the performance and efficiency … Continue reading

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Best Examples of Cloud Computing

The best examples of Cloud Computing are often the ones you don’t even think about as being in the cloud. HP webOS and Veer 4G Smartphone From personal experience this weekend, example one is HP’s webOS and the HP Veer … Continue reading

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Moore’s Law For GPUs

Nvidia’s latest Tesla M2090 GPU shows once again that Moore’s law is alive and well and helping to drive GPU performance as well as CPUs. With 512 CUDA parallel processing cores, Nvidia announced multiple application performance records with their new … Continue reading

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A Startup’s View of HPC For the Masses

If there is a new CPU, GPU, storage, or networking technology coming out in the next 18 months, chances are HP has already designed it into a future HPC product. We know that when Intel talks about their new 3-D … Continue reading

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The Future of High Performance Computing

Well, OK, I can’t predict the future, but if your in St. Louis on May 18th you won’t want to miss this one-day event organized by stlhpc.net Join us at this free stlhpc.net event to learn how High Performance Computing … Continue reading

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