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2003-10-24 Foundry to provide Ethernet technology to Sandia
Foundry Networks announced that the Sandia National Laboratories has selected its 10GbE switches.
2010-06-10 ExaScience lab rises in Belgium
Intel Corp., IMEC and five Flemish universities have set up the Flanders ExaScience Lab at the IMEC research facilities in Leuven, Belgium.
2003-05-14 Darpa takes on optical interconnects challenges
Darpa is overseeing development of optical interconnects that will be able to achieve 1,000 times the speed per power and volume of electronic interconnects.
2012-04-26 Cray transfers interconnect hardware, IP to Intel
The supercomputer maker has signed a definitive agreement to sell its interconnect hardware development program and related intellectual property to Intel for $140 million but would retain certain rights.
2004-03-02 Cray reaches into sub-$100k systems with startup acquisition
Cray Inc. announced Wednesday (February 25, 2004) it plans to buy startup OctigaBay Systems Corp. for an estimated $115 million, creating the company's first product line selling for less than $1 million.
2002-05-17 Cray CMOS team receives funding for advanced ASICs
Wisconsin-based Silicon Logic Engineering has received $2.5 million in venture funding under that state's certified capital companies program.
2003-07-18 Companies decry U.S. supercomputing slide
A Ford Motor Co. executive warned Congress that U.S. leadership in supercomputing is "at risk."
2015-11-18 China dominates top 500 list of supercomputers
China spent huge money at its MilkyWay-2 housed by the National Super Computer Centre, using twice as many U.S.-made Intel Xeon and Xeon-Phi processors as its nearest competitor.
2008-04-21 Boeing, Tata to run aerodynamic simulations on Eka superPC
Boeing and Computational Research Laboratory, a unit of India's Tata Group, will test and validate a supercomputer to run aerodynamic simulations for the aircraft maker, reported Reuters.
2007-11-08 Biggest Linux-run computer debuts
Supercomputer designer Cray has announced a system it says will be the biggest computer to use the Linux open-source OS.
2003-08-19 AMD processors deployed in LANL for Linux clusters
Analog Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has announced that Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) has selected its Opteron processor for two separate large-scale Linux clusters.
2013-06-14 1Q13 sees 5.3% growth in HPC server market
Worldwide factory revenue for the high performance computing technical server market reached $2.5 billion in Q1, up from $2.4 billion in the same period last year, revealed IDC.
2008-11-04 The Energy Impact of Grid Computing
Typically, distributed computing is done with super computers designed with multiple processor cores such as those built by IBM and other vendors. Now, imagine millions of computers tied together into one massive supercomputer.
2012-11-15 Tesla K20 GPU accelerators ready for supercomputers
Nvidia's Tesla K20 GPUs are said to be the firm's top flight chips to date, providing 90 per cent of the performance for the Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
2013-06-21 Intel expands Xeon Phi range
Intel's Xeon Phi coprocessor families offer something for every supercomputer user, from high-end systems to workstations to embedded systems.
2012-06-21 Intel chips run 45 supercomputers
Intel has announced that its Intel Xeon processor E5 product family is being used in 74 percent of all the supercomputer systems worldwide.
2011-05-03 High-performance computing melds with cluster computers
The supercomputer market, also known as high-performance computing, is spilling over into the high-performance server market.
2005-06-01 Choosing the right interconnect
The march of technology has made it important for digital designers to use skills that were once only required of supercomputer engineers.
2007-01-16 Cell processors rev OPC in nm designs
Nanometer chip design is becoming so compute-intensive that it needs supercomputer-like capability, according to Mentor Graphics Corp. and Mercury Computer Systems Inc.
2015-05-29 Warrior MIPS-based SoC targets routers, gateways
The T1 aims to go head-to-head with similar chips from companies such as Broadcom, Freescale and Mediatek. It hopes its high performance-per-watt and low price give it an edge.
2015-05-28 US raises flag on China spying in electronics industry
Concerns are growing within the U.S. government that China aims to grab American technology, yet Washington appears at times to be working at cross purposes.
2003-11-07 U.S. project targets optical links for future supercomputers
Seeking to boost strategicially important supercomputing, the Energy Department has awarded a $20 million contract to an IBM-Corning research team to develop optically-switched interconnects for supercomputers.
2006-12-14 Tokyo university, Taiwan firms develop 512-core chip
The University of Tokyo recently finished up work on a 512 core chip in collaboration with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Alchip Technologies, a fabless ASIC company also from Taiwan.
2008-07-31 Three giants collaborate on cloud computing
HP, Intel Corp. and Yahoo! Inc. have announced the creation of a global, multidata center, open source test bed for the advancement of cloud computing research and education.
2003-01-08 System allows long-distance image file manipulation
A remote viewing system being developed at Sandia National Laboratories allows an image of any size to be interactively visualized and manipulated over the Internet without transferring the file from its secured server.
2006-03-01 Spec covers high-speed signaling boards
The VITA has approved a working standard for a ruggedized board and connector format that will support high-speed signaling standards, including PCI Express, Serial RapidIO, Infiniband and Advanced Switching Interconnect.
2006-02-08 Sony touts Cell processor for real-time tasks
Real-time computing will bring a paradigm shift for both the PC and semiconductor industries, according to the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment.
2013-11-21 Sony PS4 teardown shows near breakeven point on hardware cost
With the PlayStation 4, Sony produced a design whose costs are starting out lower than its price tag—paving the way for the company to quickly attain profitability on hardware sales, said IHS.
2006-11-30 Sony losing on each PlayStation 3, teardown reveals
Sony is taking a considerable loss of more than $240 per unit on each PlayStation 3 video gaming console, according to a "teardown" analysis conducted by market research firm iSuppli.
2002-02-27 Silicon nanoparticles enable microscopic lasers
Researchers at the University of Illinois have demonstrated a method of producing fluorescent red, blue, green and yellow nanoparticles from plain-vanilla silicon wafers.
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