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Fastest-ever Windows HPC Cluster

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Running a beta of Windows HPC Server 2008, supercomputer hits 68.5 teraflops.

Nvidia Releases 240-Core Graphics Processor

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The Tesla 10 series processor is Nvidia's latest offering for high-performance computing.

IBM Unveils Portable Data Center 'Pods'

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IBM's answer to Sun's Blackbox and Microsoft and Rackable portables is designed to cut way back on power usage.

IBM Developing Water Cooling for Chips

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Big Blue claims to have developed a method using water to cool 3D chip stacks.

Terremark Launches 'Enterprise Cloud'

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New hosted service package enables customers to deploy on-demand production servers.

HP Building Out Web 2.0 Infrastructures

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HP is offering a new dense blade for high-performance computing, Web 2.0 infrastructure and "hyper-scale" data centers.

IBM, HP Tops in Q1 Server Revenue: IDC

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The survey also found that the worldwide server market grew a modest 3.5 percent year-over-year for a total of $13 billion.

Gartner: HP Edges Out IBM in Server Revenue, Shipments

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Worldwide server revenue topped $13 billion in the first quarter of 2008 with companies buying x86 systems to build large Web data centers, Gartner says.

Microsoft Tests Speedy New HPC Server

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Now in beta trials, Microsoft's Windows HPC Server 2008 is benchmarked at a screaming 18 teraflops.

Workday Introduces ERP as a Service

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SAAS is moving from being just a CRM tool to enterprise resource planning applications.

Comcast Touts New P2P Initiative

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Pando Networks joins BitTorrent as the latest P2P firm to work with the cable giant.  

IBM Turns on Water to Cool Supercomputer

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IBM is using water instead of air to cool down its massive Power 575 supercomputer.

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