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IBM once again dominated the competition in semiannual rankings of supercomputers, but the big news is what's coming next year. Big Blue is working on a computer nicknamed "Roadrunner" that will combine Cell processors, a...
IBM and Sun Microsystems are looking to bring supercomputing into the "petaflop" era. The two IT giants will detail the specifics behind their new supercomputer systems to the audience attending the 2007 International Supercomputer Conference...
Speaking at a supercomputing conference in Seattle, Gates announced that the company has reached the Beta 2 stage for its Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003. The product consists of both a cluster-optimized version of Windows...
Looking to drive corporate adoption of its high-performance computing version of Windows Server 2003, Microsoft on Monday introduced an SDK (software development kit) for developers alongside a name change for the product. Just months after...
In one race to sell 64-bit x86 chips to high-performance computing customers, Intel and rival Advanced Micro Devices both won. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has elected to buy an IBM supercomputer with...