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Server GM Doug Balog says the tech vendor's OpenPower and Linux-on-Power initiatives are opening up new opportunities in a number of different areas.
HPE said Oracle violated a contract between the companies when it decided to stop creating new versions of its database for Itanium-powered servers.
The vendor launches the SPARC S7 chip, a less-powerful version of the M7 that officials say will challenge Intel in scale-out and cloud environments.
The company adds more virtualization and storage options to the UCP 2000 system, and introduces its first hyperconverged offering, the UCP HC V240.
China this week toppled the United States from its position atop the global supercomputing world. China not only put a powerful new supercomputer into the No. 1 position on the latest Top500 list of the world's fastest systems that was released this week at the ISC High Performance 2016 show...
The exascale system that will replace the powerful K supercomputer and will roll out in 2020 will use custom ARM-based chips, the OEM says.
HPE underscores the simplification of the deployment and management of its solutions, which were often perceived to be overly complicated to deploy.
With its latest many-core chips, Intel is looking to take on Nvidia and its GPUs in HPC environments for workloads such as machine learning and AI.
A new powerful system from China sits at the top of the Top500 list, and China is now home to more of those supercomputers than the United States.
The move will expand the reach of the company's powerful GPU accelerator, which can be used for such emerging workloads as AI and deep learning.