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Benefit From Microsoft’s Open Compute Hyperscale Designs

All large companies, whether they are hyperscale datacenter operators or cloud providers or they are enterprises supporting a diverse mix of workloads, wrestle with the polar opposites of creating ...Full Article

OpenStack Investors Place Big Bet On Mirantis

Investors continue to pour cash into the burgeoning open source ecosystem. Mirantis, which bills itself as one of the few pure-play OpenStack software vendors, announced a whopping $100 million ...Full Article

Intel Datacenter Biz Profits From Hyperscale, HPC Build Outs

In most cases, saying the datacenter is hot is a bad thing, but not so when talking about the financial results of chip maker Intel. The company just reported ...Full Article

Future Cray Systems To Unite Analytics And Simulation

Big data and analytics are not a threat to Cray. They are an opportunity. And importantly, the increasingly intertwined workloads of modeling, simulation, and analytics play to the strengths ...Full Article

Intel Ups Performance Ante With ‘Haswell’ Xeon E5 Chips

Any company that bought racks of servers within the past six months is probably going to be annoyed this week. The drumbeat of Moore's Law continues apace with the ...Full Article

IBM Forging Bigger Power8 Systems, Adding FPGA Acceleration

IBM launched its first servers based on the Power8 processors back in April, and the initial machines were aimed at scale-out clusters as well as at customers needing a ...Full Article

IEEE Gets Behind 25G Ethernet Effort

After several days of presentations and a unanimous vote of 61 to zero in favor, the members of the IEEE have decided to back an effort to develop 25 ...Full Article

Oracle Boosts Exadata Database Clusters With Custom Xeon E7s

For some workloads, a big eight-socket server node with a hefty memory footprint is going to support a database workload better than four two-socket nodes in a database cluster, ...Full Article

Early Haswell Xeon Buyers Push Intel Datacenter Biz

For the past several Xeon E5 processor launch cycles, customers in the cloud and supercomputing spaces get their hands on the chips and put them into production systems well ...Full Article

Russia Launches ARM Chip Effort To End X86 Dependence

The Russian government is reportedly preparing to say "nyet" to American-made microprocessors, planning instead to replace Intel and AMD chips with a homegrown CPU based on an alternative architecture ...Full Article
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