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2003-06-18 IP cores crowd SoCs
History may be repeating itself as chip designers head down the same path their computer brethren once trod - toward multiprocessing.
2010-07-29 Intel: Silicon photonics to replace copper
Silicon photonics will replace copper connections in everything from supercomputers to servers to PCs, according to Intel Corp. researchers who demonstrated 50-Gb/s optical transmitter and receiver chips that it plans to scale up to terabit-per-second speeds prior to commercialization.
2007-06-26 Intel tips 'next big thing' in supercomputing
Intel last week showcased at its headquarters an array of researches and prototypes to dazzle reporters and analysts with what it hopes will be the next big thing.
2007-02-13 Intel packs teraflop capacity on a chip
On its road to boost tera-scale computing capacity for future PCs and servers, Intel Corp. researchers have developed the 'first' programmable processor that offers teraflop performance on a single 80-core chip.
2010-06-17 Intel gears 50-core processor for high-end computing
Intel announced plans for many-core processors targeting high-end computing and claims that its Many Integrated Core architecture would help accelerate highly parallel applications.
2007-01-10 Intel expands quad-core processor lineup
Intel is expanding its quad-core effort out to the consumer market with the release of the Intel Core 2 Quad processor.
2014-09-10 Intel delivers third-gen Xeon processors
In benchmarking the new 22nm, 3D Tri-Gate technology, Intel claimed its new Xeon processors had already broken world performance records with up to threefold increases over generation two.
2013-12-02 Innovative energy conversion aims to boost engine efficiency
The compressive combustion principle formulated by a professor from Waseda University yields engines with the ultimate level of efficiency.
2010-06-07 Infiniband gears for 50-100Gbit/s links
The Infiniband Trade Association is adding new 50- and 100Gbit/s milestones to its road map, claiming its members will deliver products for them by early 2012.
2010-02-22 Industrial server packs PCIe x4/x16 slots
From Kontron comes the Kontron Industrial Silent Server (KISS) 2U that may be equipped with up to 4 PCIe x4 cards and one PCIe x16 card.
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.
2006-09-01 IBM, Freescale reunite for Power
IBM Corp. and Freescale Semiconductor Inc. have renewed ties to develop a converged approach toward the Power processor architecture.
2009-05-28 IBM, Bulgarian gov't join forces on nanotechnology
IBM Corp. and the Bulgarian government have partnered to boost the nation's nanoscience and establish the first Bulgarian nanotechnology center.
2013-11-28 IBM's fluid dynamics simulation bags Gordon Bell Prize
This year's prestigious Gordon Bell Prize has gone to IBM and ETH Zurich in Switzerland, for their complex fluid dynamics simulation of cloud cavitation collapse.
2009-08-31 IBM zooms past multicore server rivals
IBM Corp. could walk away from the Hot Chips conference with bragging rights to having the most muscular microprocessor with its Power7.
2007-12-13 IBM to aid Hollywood's green efforts
Supporting Hollywood's green initiative, IBM announced it is applying its Project Big Green to uniquely address energy efficiency for the media and entertainment industry.
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.
2008-06-10 IBM splashes water on hot 3D chips
IBM's Zurich recently demonstrated 3D chip stacks that are cooled with water. The team predicted high-end IBM multicore computers will migrate from the copper-plate water-cooling method to the 3D chip-stack in five to 10 years.
2008-05-15 IBM moves Cell processor to 65nm
IBM has announced PowerXCell, the next-generation version of its Cell processor that uses 65nm process technology and specifically geared for computer servers.
2014-06-27 IBM fab sale: Retracing its x86 steps
IBM's focus on servers for businesses prevented it from seeing and responding to what one former employee calls "the biggest server buying spree in a decade."
2013-10-08 IBM enlists universities for cognitive computing effort
IBM recently showed off its newly minted Cognitive Systems Institute, a collaborative effort between universities, and IBM clients to advance the state-of-the-art in cognitive computing.
2014-08-08 IBM chip implements brain-like architecture
The cognitive chip architecture comprises a mesh network of 4,096 neurosynaptic cores that operates in an event-driven, parallel, and fault-tolerant manner.
2007-04-17 IBM advances through-silicon via packaging tech
IBM Corp. announced it has made advances in through-silicon via packaging that will allow it to ship production chips using the new interconnect in 2008.
2008-07-15 HP touts two-in-one server blade for data centers
HP claims the world's first two-in-one server blade, which the company says offers customers with scale-out environments improved data center performance, reduced floor space and lower power usage.
2004-06-28 HP eases I/O bandwidth on grids
Hewlett-Packard unveiled a file server that enables bandwidth to be shared by distributing files in parallel across server and storage clusters.
2012-11-29 How Kickstarter seeded Adapteva's dev community
Adapteva simultaneously met its goal of raising more than $750,000 on Kickstarter while also creating a community of 5,000 potential customers.
2008-10-09 Graphics cards pack in gaming, HD multimedia performance
AMD has introduced the ATI Radeon HD 4550 and ATI Radeon HD 4350 graphics cards, the latest additions to its ATI Radeon HD 4000 series graphics lineup.
2010-08-30 Graphene R&D pushes forward
U.S. researchers are creating tools for fabricating perfect graphene sheets, and they found that electron radiation prevents connections between monolayers.
2014-06-10 GiDEL widens FPGA accessibility with OpenCL support
The OpenCL support allows engineers to abstract the standard hardware development flow for FPGAs for deployment on Stratix V-based GiDEL platforms.
2014-08-12 Gaming, data centre demand drive Nvidia profit in Q2
Although GPU sales was hit by cyclical weakness in the consumer PC market, Nvidia saw strong demand for its GeForce GPUs and for its Tesla and Nvidia GRID products for data centre and cloud applications.
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