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The company is collaborating with Intel to develop the Triton solution, which is aimed at scale-out data center environments.
At Computex, Cavium unveiled its next-generation ThunderX2 ARM-based systems on a chip, while Marvell showed off its Armada 7000 and 8000 chips.
The company's Urika-GX system marries Cray's supercomputing technologies, like the Aries interconnect, with open enterprise tools like Hadoop.
Lenovo in July will roll out its Converged HX 2000 systems that will be integrated with Nutanix's new Xpress management software.
Behind IBM’s Quantum Computing Solution SLIDESHOW
IBM Research is making quantum computing available to members of the public who can access and run experiments on the company's quantum processor. This endeavor has been about 35 years in the making, with perhaps another decade or more to go before IBM can deliver a universal quantum computer....
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Facing growing competition from China and other countries, the U.S. must take steps to accelerate its HPC efforts, according to the ITIF.
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Intel might be best known as a chipmaker, but chief executive Brian Krzanich has what might be a surprising vision for the company's future. In a blog posted on Intel's Website on April 26, Krzanich issued a strategy for what he believes will help Intel grow and prosper. While processor chips...
DAILY VIDEO: Intel CEO Krzanich outlines his company's strategy around the cloud and IoT; battery experiments give 100K charging cycles with ingredient change; Microsoft's one-handed Word Flow keyboard arrives on iOS; and there's more.
The company is enabling customers to run the software stack on other vendors' Intel-based systems and will release similar versions of OS 2200 later.
Combining the Intel server chips with Altera's FPGAs will improve the performance-per-watt of systems running the two by 70 percent, officials say.