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Despite its importance in ensuring network security and stability, Resource Public Key Infrastructure awaits adoption in North American higher education. Colleges and universities have both a unique opportunity and responsibility to provide leadership in technology by participating in RPKI.
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Chips are boosting network speeds, slashing latency, and accelerating Bing.
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Neuromorphic computing – brain inspired computing – has long been a tantalizing goal. The human brain does with around 20 watts what supercomputers do with megawatts. And power consumption isn’t the only difference. Fundamentally, brains ‘think differently’ than the von Neumann architecture-based computers. While neuromorphic computing progress has been intriguing, it has still not proven very practical.
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SGI was able to run the ANSYS provided 830 million cell gas combustor model from 1,296 to 145,152 CPU cores breaking HPC world record in commercial CFD.
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Perhaps Moore’s law isn’t doomed just yet. Maybe. IBM Research (NYSE: IBM) reported in a paper in Science today a technique for making carbon nanotube tran
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A trio of partner projects based in Europe – Exanest, Exanode and Ecoscale – are working in close collaboration to develop the building blocks for an exasc
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New Hikari Supercomputer Starts Solar HVDC
www.hpcwire.com

Sept. 19 -- The roar can be deafening. Cooling fans and power supplies whoosh and whine from rows and rows of supercomputers at the main dat

Beyond von Neumann, Neuromorphic Computing Steadily Advances
www.hpcwire.com

Neuromorphic computing – brain inspired computing – has long been a tantalizing goal. The human brain does with around 20 watts what superco

IBM Reports Carbon Nanotube Transistor Breakthrough
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Perhaps Moore’s law isn’t doomed just yet. Maybe. IBM Research (NYSE: IBM) reported in a paper in Science today a technique for making carbo

Supermicro and DataCore Partner to Create Hyper-Converged Solution
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SAN JOSE, Calif. and FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 22 -- DataCore Software, a leading provider of Hyper-converged Virtual SAN, Software-Defin

SGI and ANSYS Achieve New World Record in HPC
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SGI was able to run the ANSYS provided 830 million cell gas combustor model from 1,296 to 145,152 CPU cores breaking HPC world record in com

EU Projects Unite on Heterogeneous ARM-based Exascale Prototype
www.hpcwire.com

A trio of partner projects based in Europe – Exanest, Exanode and Ecoscale – are working in close collaboration to develop the building bloc

ARM Scales Chips for Datacenters, HPC
www.hpcwire.com

ARM and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. announced a multiyear agreement this week to collaborate on leading-edge 7-nanometer FinFET p

ARM Unveils Scalable Vector Extension for HPC at Hot Chips
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ARM and Fujitsu today announced a scalable vector extension (SVE) to the ARMv8-A architecture intended to enhance ARM capabilities in HPC wo

Achieving Performance and Portability With ARM Heterogeneous Systems and...
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ARM® Performance Libraries highlight HPC ecosystem momentum with a consistent programming framework for a variety of SoC designs. This year

Mellanox Spins EZchip/Tilera IP Into BlueField Networking Silicon
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Mellanox today introduced the BlueField family of programmable processors, the first product technology based on its $811 million acquisitio

James Reinders: Parallelism Has Crossed a Threshold
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Is the parallel everything era here? What happens when you can assume parallel cores? In the second half of our in-depth interview, Intel's

On-Chip Device Accelerates Core-to-Core Communication
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A team of engineers from North Carolina State University and Intel have joined forces to address on-chip communications bottlenecks that ham

IBM Advances Against x86 with Power9
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After offering OpenPower Summit attendees a limited preview in April, IBM is unveiling further details of its next-gen CPU, Power9, which th

HPE Gobbles SGI for Larger Slice of $11B HPC Pie
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced today that it will acquire rival HPC server maker SGI for $7.75 per share, or about $275 million,

K Computer Runs First Accurate Model of Abrupt Torrential Rain
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Supercomputers have long been used in weather forecasting but not for abrupt, highly localized events. Now for the first time, a group of re

OSS Introduces the Magma StorageBox 1000 at Flash Memory Summit
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Aug. 9 -- One Stop Systems introduces the Magma StorageBox 1000 Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) expansion system as an addi

Wrangler Supercomputer Speeds Through Big Data
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Like the old Western cowboys who tamed wild horses, Wrangler tames beasts of big data, such as computing problems that involve analyzing tho

Turning your cancer against itself - STAT
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There's growing excitement about a cancer treatment so targeted to the genetic makeup of a patient's tumor that it would be taken by exactly

Engineers create artificial skin that can send pressure sensation to bra...
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Stanford engineers have created a plastic "skin" that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver thi

Thank You, the call back and updating me on time the flatbed would arrive, is good customer service. Very professional.
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