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The 48th edition of the Top500 supercomputer list, which is updated twice a year, contains few surprises. As with previous lists, China and the United States continue to lead other technologically advanced countries around the world in building advanced supercomputers. In fact, the two countries’...
Compared with other device markets, the tablet market will be relatively quiet in 2017, reports Taiwan-based researcher TrendForce.
The two companies will supply systems as part of the DOD's ongoing program to upgrade its capabilities in high-performance computing.
The company switches gears, contributing new server designs to the Open Compute Project much earlier during the development process.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The confluence of big data, massively powerful computing resources and advanced algorithms is bringing new artificial intelligence capabilities to scientific research.
This week's inaugural Dell EMC World in Austin, Texas, marked the first show since Dell's $60 billion-plus takeover of data storage giant EMC six weeks ago. In the 11 months between when the deal was first announced and when it closed, both vendors committed resources and people to map out...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell EMC World is the first big customer show for the merged companies, but this time EMC held the spotlight, making the event look more like EMC World Lite.
Combining the servers with the hyperconverged infrastructure offerings from EMC enables the company to offer more configurations and drive down costs.
Telco and enterprise customers are looking for an alternative source of silicon beyond Intel for their data center systems, according to Canonical officials.