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Datacenter Lifts Intel In 2013, But Can It Repeat In 2014?

It is easy to predict what the big cloud builders and hyperscale datacenter operators are going to do: They are going to build more glasshouses and buy or build ...Full Article

Intel Uses Moore’s Law And Virtualization To Shrink Its Datacenters

Chip maker Intel operates one of the largest clusters in the world to push Moore’s Law along with its electronic design automation systems, as EnterpriseTech has previously revealed. But ...Full Article

IBM Goes Modular And Flashy With X6 Systems

IBM, like other system makers, is eager to start selling new machines based on Intel’s forthcoming “Ivy Bridge-EX” Xeon E7 v2 processors. So eager, in fact, that it is ...Full Article

Intel Maps Out The Year Ahead For Xeon Server Chips

Intel has a busy couple of months ahead refreshing its Xeon server processors, and companies that are getting ready to launch new software projects this year will be in ...Full Article

New IBM Xeon Server Designs Leverage Flash

Big Blue will kick off the new season of server announcements at an event held at the New York Stock Exchange on January 16 and in a webcast that ...Full Article

Intel, DeVry Pair Up to Bring Modeling and Simulation to Midsize Manufacturers

<img style="float: left;" src="http://media2.hpcwire.com/dmr/computerclassroom.jpg" alt="" width="95" height="63" border="0" />Already a number of universities have worked to make relevant courses available to cultivate a bigger, more capable workforce, but these ...Full Article

Future Intel Xeon E7 Processors Sighted

The "Ivy Bridge" revamp of Intel's Xeon server processor line is not quite yet complete, but it is getting close. The "Ivy Bridge-EX" Xeon E7 v2 chip for machines ...Full Article

Oracle Gives Exadata Clusters Hardware Makeover

Customers who are in the middle of buying Exadata database clusters from Oracle had better put a hold on those deals and check out the new Exadata X4-2 machines ...Full Article

Lustre Running Better Than Expected On AWS

A few weeks ago, Intel made its variant of the Lustre file system, popular at supercomputing centers and seeing more and more uses among enterprises that need zippy access ...Full Article

Supermicro Revs Up Low Latency HFT Servers

If you have the need for speed, Supermicro has a server for you. Supermicro is known to many as a motherboard supplier, but the company has a large and ...Full Article
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