Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Saturday, December 3, 2022

HP to Port NonStop Clusters from Itanium to Xeon

Hewlett-Packard is in the process of porting its NonStop fault tolerant database clusters to Intel's Xeon processors after an eight-year run on the Itanium chip. The company is also ...Full Article

Calxeda Launches Midway ARM Server Chips, Extends Roadmap

ARM server chip supplier Calxeda is just about to ship its second generation of EnergyCore processors for hyperscale systems and most of its competitors are still working on their ...Full Article

BP Fires Up 2.2 Petaflops Cluster for Oil Exploration

There is an arms race in the oil and gas industry, and the weapon of choice is a server cluster. Energy industry giant BP has opened the doors on ...Full Article

Servergy Pits Power-Linux Servers Against ARM, X86

Not everyone thinks that ARM processors will be the only viable alternative to X86 processors in the datacenter when it comes to energy-efficient computing. Servergy, which just uncloaked from ...Full Article

Lopoco: Low-Powered Servers Are Both Good Enough And Better

Andrew Sharp didn't necessarily want to be back in the server business after a decade-long hiatus. But when Sharp went to buy a server for his home office, he ...Full Article

NUMA’s Revenge: The Resurgence of Shared Memory Systems

Hewlett-Packard may be known as the volume player in the X86 server business, which has been dominated by two-socket servers for the past decade and a half. But the ...Full Article

Convey Revs Up Memcached With Hybrid X86-FPGA Appliance

Convey Computer, a maker of hybrid computers that marry Xeon processors from Intel to field programmable gate array accelerators from Xilinx, has quite possibly come up with the killer ...Full Article

Cray Goes After Big Iron With ScaleMP Help

Supercomputer maker Cray is teaming up with ScaleMP to turn its CS300 clusters into virtual shared memory systems that are not only appropriate for some traditional HPC workloads, but ...Full Article

Oracle Lifts The Veil On Big Memory Sparc M6-32 System

The word on the street ahead of the Oracle OpenWorld extravaganza, which opened on Sunday evening in San Francisco, was that CEO Larry Ellison would take the stage and ...Full Article
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