The search giant's year-old Quantum Artificial Intelligence group is partnering with researchers at UC Santa Barbara.
ARM officials say the licensees include most or all of the top smartphone, tablet and server chip makers.
Officials say the company wants its silicon in all areas of computing, a strategy that will be highlighted during the annual convention in September.
IBM said the increasing enterprise use of cloud, mobile, big data, analytics and social technologies is driving demand for IBM systems and storage.
Company officials say the ProLiant Gen 9 servers are part of a larger server strategy that includes its Moonshot and Apollo efforts.
Both IDC and Gartner say HP, IBM and Dell continue to be the world's top server vendors, but Cisco is growing the fastest.
The vendor's new supercompute cluster offers eight GPUs in a single compute note, and as many as 176 in a full rack.
The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has tapped IBM's Active-Active mainframe technology for continuous availability and disaster recovery.
Traditionally, the supercomputer has been associated with the cold, dark corners of the server room; that was back in the era before the cloud became ubiquitous and the businessperson's primary tool was a mobile device. Unless you've been an upper-echelon scientist, mathematician or hard-core computer geek, few people have real working knowledge of supercomputing. Supercomputing is often relegated to the realms of research-intensive, scientific tasks, such as analyzing large amounts of data to solve medical, environmental, infrastructure or a wide variety of other scientific challenges. Indeed, supercomputers are used by scientists studying weather, climate, oceanography, space, computational science, energy production, carbon sequestration, and drug research and development. But what is less often identified with supercomputers nowadays are the ways they affect our real-life, day-to-day experiences—driving on the highway, reading the news or even eating. This eWEEK slide show, developed with input from Bill Mannel, general manager of Compute Servers at SGI, conjures up five real-life applications of supercomputers that you may not have known about until now.
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During a LinuxCon panel discussion, Linus Torvalds provides insight into what works and what doesn't with Linux in 2014.
Fujitsu officials also talk about the company's upcoming SPARC64 XIfx processors that are targeted at HPC systems.
IBM teamed up with Florida Polytechnic University and business partner Flagship Solutions to open a supercomputing center at the university.
Linux virtualization startup CoreOS now offers an alternative to the private repositories offered by Docker Inc.