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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.
The GOP donor has been active in the push within the party against Trump, who she compared to Adolph Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
Intel this week rolled out the latest generation of its Xeon E7 server processors, unveiling a family of 14nm chips with more cores per chip (up to 24, rather than 18), instruction threads (48 from 36) and more last-level cache (60MB from 45MB) than its predecessor. Officials said the new "Broadwell-EX"...
The tech vendor wants developers to start developing code for the Machine, a system officials say will fundamentally change data center computing.
The company is leveraging partnerships with Juniper, Intel, Nutanix and others to build out its data center infrastructure offerings.