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2014-06-24 Intel bolsters massive parallel processor
Intel's Xeon Phi processor gets an upgrade, boasting 3TFLOPS capacity in a single package. Dubbed as Knights Landing, the massive parallel processor is set to debut by the second half of 2015.
2015-03-26 Intel bares Xeon Phi with 72 cores
The Xeon Phi Knights Landing will house more than 60 cores (rumoured up to 72) intimately married to a special version of Micron's Hybrid Memory Cubes mounted in-package.
2012-01-26 Intel acquisition expands networking portfolio
Intel said the acquisition is intended to enhance its networking portfolio and provide scalable high-performance computing fabric technology.
2008-10-20 Intel acquires network solutions specialist
Intel Corp. has acquired the assets of NetEffect Inc., a network connectivity solutions company specializing in Ethernet products and technologies for server compute clusters.
2007-07-25 Intel 10GbE chip chucks TOE, extends reach
Intel has unveiled a 10GbE controller that does away with TOE and RDMA support but takes in a pre-standard version of congestion management.
2012-02-21 Industry needs smarter switches, nanogrids
Engineers are asking improvements in Ethernet technology, two of them specifically calling for nanogrids and smarter switches.
2007-11-14 India supercomputer makes top-10 'most powerful' list
India debuted for the first time as home to one of the most powerful systems in the latest ranking of the top 10 supercomputers released at the Supercomputing 2007 conference.
2004-02-04 IEEE gears up for Ethernet backplane standard
The IEEE could start work as early as March on a plan to draft its first standard for Ethernet-based backplanes.
2008-01-23 IBM, Intel, Cisco launch HPC center in France
The HPC facility of IBM in Montpellier, France has gotten bigger with the opening by Intel and Cisco Systems of a High-Performance Computing Center.
2008-06-20 IBM, Intel climb up Top 500 'most powerful' list
IBM Corp. and Intel Corp. share bragging rights in the latest release of the world's most powerful computers as Big Blue broke the petaflops barrier with its Roadrunner system while Intel snagged its biggest share of sockets ever in the Top 500 list.
2014-07-15 IBM takes to the cloud for storage scalability
The storage-as-a-service platform leverages the fully-supported storage environment running on SoftLayer, including bare metal resources and data management, designed for swift migration of data between on-site infrastructure and the cloud.
2013-08-16 IBM outlines flash direction
IBM Flash Systems VP Michael Kuhn shared the details of Big Blue's road map which includes putting flash in DIMM slots.
2004-09-07 IBM opens Blade Center interface spec to third parties
IBM Corp.'s decision to open up the interface specifications for its eServer Blade Center platforms left analysts and competitors scratching their heads wondering how an open board standard might fare against existing efforts such as PCI Express Advanced Switching and the Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture.
2002-06-06 IBM Micro cuts 1,500 workers, adds design division
In a restructuring intended to create a counterweight to Asia's fast-growing foundries, IBM's Microelectronics Division announced June 4 a major push into the high-end foundry business, and said it would lay off 1,500 engineers and technicians from its older manufacturing operations.
2015-03-19 Hybrid storage vs. All-flash arrays for enterprise storage
Everyone today agrees that flash or SSDs are the primary storage tier of the future, but is it better to add an all-flash array (AFA) to an existing SAN, or just upgrade the existing arrays by adding SSDs?
2008-11-21 Hot-plug switch cuts component count in backplanes
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the DS4560, a fully integrated, self-protected, resettable hot-plug switch that reduces the number of components required for the safe insertion and removal of systems on 12V powered backplanes.
2008-02-04 High-speed connector platform comes in stacking version
Amphenol TCS has introduced a stacking version of its 20+ Gbit/s XCede backplane connector platform, providing performance headroom for mezzanine card applications.
2014-03-13 High speed transceiver geared for data centre apps
ColorChip demonstrated a 100Gb/s high speed transceiver applied in a pluggable QSFP28 package and operating via single mode fibre over a 2km reach.
2007-05-16 Group pitches enhanced Ethernet for data centers
A broad group of chip and systems makers is taking a fresh approach to the long-sought goal of creating a single interconnect to link all systems in the data center. Broadcom, Cisco, IBM, Intel and others are in an early stage with an upgrade tentatively called Convergence Enhanced Ethernet.
2012-07-10 Gigabit serial links paves way for multi-core scalability
Built on top of the serdes for data-intensive apps, gigabit serial interfaces minimize system cost and pin count while improving parallelism, performance and capacity.
2011-05-25 Georgia Tech demos 25Gbit/s plastic fiber transmission
Georgia Tech has successfully boosted plastic optics transmission to 25Gbit/s. VI systems, on the other hand, has reported a performance of 40Gbit/s.
2004-10-26 Fujitsu expands high-speed interconnect system
Fujitsu added a new packaging option to its internal microGiGaCN mezzanine connector with the introduction of a right-angle surface mount plug connector.
2004-04-05 Fujitsu debuts 10Gb Ethernet switch
Fujitsu Microelectronics America has unveiled a 10Gb Ethernet switch IC at electronicaUSA.
2004-09-01 From telecom backplanes to computer servers
Getting to next-gen backplane speeds of 10Gbps has sparked a debate around Serdes approaches and the requirements of passive-backplane and connector channels.
2005-05-18 FPGA-equipped VME data-acq board leverages VXS standard
Billed as the first 6U-sized VXS board to combine five high-resolution A/D input channels with FPGA-based signal processing, the Quixilica Venus VXS-1 is for multi-channel high-end sensor data-acq and processing apps.
2007-09-18 Four-channel optical transceiver fits datacenter apps
XLoom Communications Inc. has started to sample the iFlame optical chip, a multi-channel, high-density, cost-effective, optical engine for grid computing and datacenter applications.
2009-03-30 Fiber optic transceivers achieve up to 40Gbit/s
Avago Technologies has released two new QSFP MSA compliant high performance fiber optic transceivers for short-range parallel multi-line data communications and interconnect applications.
2008-11-19 Fast network products make their mark
Fast interconnects are boosting their data rates at the Supercomputing 2008 conference in California.
2013-01-18 Facebook server project receives ARM support
Several ARM server SoC vendors are supporting a new CPU agnostic board spec that is part of Facebook's Open Compute Project.
2015-10-07 Explore new approaches to high speed signal design
The proliferation of high speed protocols, now increasingly implemented in a wide range of components, means PCB designers may need to seek out new solutions to emerging design challenges.
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