Monthly Archives: November 2011

HP-CAST Afternoon Wrap-Up

One of the big advantages of participating in HP-CAST are the afternoon NDA sessions where Intel, AMD, Nvidia, Mellanox, and of course HP provide confidential product and technology roadmaps. Of course, by the nature being NDA, I can’t share that … Continue reading

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HP-CAST Morning Wrap-Up

A great morning for HPC enthusiasts at the HP-CAST user group being held prior to the SC11 conference. While the agenda may give you a hint at some of HP’s announcements for next week, there where definitely clear trends in … Continue reading

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Picture of the Week – For AMD

AMD could use a little good news this week, so I decided for my picture of the week it was time to share a little more information on the new HP supercomputer for data intensive science I first mentioned last … Continue reading

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HP POD-Works In Action

It is quite common for people to take time lapse videos of the installation of supercomputers. On of my favorites is still the now several year old Sandia Red Sky video. Since installing a supercomputer can take weeks or months, … Continue reading

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Virtual Tour of the HP Discovery Lab and Project Moonshot

Take a virtual tour of the HP Discovery Lab to learn more about Project Moonshot.

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Rethinking Server Design – HP Project Moonshot

For many years, the majority of servers in the world, from those used in supercomputers on the Top500 List to the servers filling Google and Facebook’s massive data centers, started with a motherboard containing two x86 processors. Server manufacturers then … Continue reading

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