US regains top spot for fastest supercomputer
An IBM supercomputer developed for US government nuclear simulations and to study climate change and the human genome has been recognized as the world's fastest.
First commercial hot-water-cooled supercomputer to consume 40% less energy
The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ), in collaboration with IBM, today announced the world's first commercially available hot-water-cooled supercomputer, a powerful, high-performance system designed to ...
Fujitsu develops new solution for smooth datacenter migration to IPv6 networks
Fujitsu today announced that it has developed the SA46T/SA46T-AS Datacenter Solutions, a technology enabling datacenters to migrate smoothly from IPv4 to IPv6. This technology is based on SA46T, which makes it possible to ...
Intel manager gives Android poor grades on multi-core
JDI develops a 2.3 inch LCD display packed at 651ppi
Fujitsu's new 4-wire resistive feather touch panels expand multi-touch applications
Fujitsu Components America has released a series of dual-touch, 4-wire resistive touch panels optimized for multi-touch functionality. The new panels combine the competitive features of Resistive and Projected ...
Marvell's wireless chip set to raise connection fever
Intel lines up 14 Ivy Bridge processors
OSC's Oakley Cluster delivers on performance efficiency
The Ohio Supercomputer Center's newest system would fall within the top half of the list of the world's most powerful supercomputers based purely on speed, but the cluster would rank even higher ninth ...