Monthly Archives: July 2011

Infiniband Addressing New Markets

Infiniband networking, typically used in high end supercomputers, including nearly half of the Top500 fastest supercomputers, continues to address new markets outside of the traditional supercomputing space. Just today, NYSE Technologies announced availability of a significant performance upgrade of its … Continue reading

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The Power of Q

Sometimes a single letter can be very powerful, as the “Q” in the new Nvidia Tesla M2070Q option for the HP ProLiant SL390s G7 server.. The power of Q is best envisioned by walking through an example workflow. Lets say … Continue reading

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The Impact of Merchant Silicon in HPC

Andy Bechtolsheim doesn’t blog often but when he does, his blogs are definitely worth reading. In his blog this week on The March to Merchant Silicon in 10Gbe Cloud Networking Andy talks about Intel’s plans to acquire Fulcrum which today … Continue reading

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Three Things For Your Teenager To Do This Summer

As a teenager, my parents always managed to let me spend carefree summers, be it camping and backpacking in the Sierras, driving from our San Fernando Valley home to Zuma beach, or simply wandering the neighborhood picking apricots from backyard … Continue reading

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