Today Micron Technology announced plans to adapt its Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) for petascale supercomputer systems.
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Today the Open Scalable File Systems organization announced that Fujitsu has joined OpenSFS. Fujitsu is also a Gold Sponsor of the Lustre User Group (LUG) in Tokyo, taking place October 17, 2013.
In this video from the CEATEC conference in Japan, a curious reporter with a steadicam visits the Fujitsu exhibit and gets an overview of the company’s line of supercomputing products. Along the way, we get a sneak peek at Fujitsu’s plans for their Post-FX10, a 100 Petaflop SPARC-powered system on the way to Exascale.
Today Fujitsu announced that Canon has ordered a 20 Teraflop PRIMEHPC FX10 supercomputer. Based on SPARC64 IXfx processing technology similar to that used in the 10 Petaflop K computer, the new system will be used for virtual prototyping and various analytical simulations in Canon’s product development activities. With the new system, Canon will now be […]
Altair, a provider of simulation technology and engineering services, has announced that Fujitsu will resell Altair’s workload management software product, PBS Professional, as a component of Fujitsu’s recently announced HPC cluster software stack. A leader in worldwide information and communication technology, Fujitsu is now an Altair global authorised reseller and will offer PBS Professional on […]
Fujitsu has received an order from Nagoya University’s Information Technology Center for a high-performance supercomputer for academic research. The system will have a hybrid configuration, composed of a Fujitsu supercomputer PrimeHPC FX10 and an HPC cluster comprised of Fujitsu Server PrimeRGY CX400. At deployment, it will have a theoretical peak performance of 561.4 teraflops, and […]
Today Fujitsu announced the launch of operations of the purpose-built Atacama Compact Array (ACA) Correlator supercomputer system, which will process images from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) project, a Chile-based radio telescope featuring unprecedented sensitivity and resolution. With the observations from ALMA, we hope to gain insights into such mysteries as how galaxies have […]
This week Fujitsu Laboratories announced the development of transceiver circuits capable of communicating at 32 Gbps, a world record. The company said the new technology will support inter-processor communications at roughly twice today’s rates, leading to improved performance in next-generation of servers and supercomputers. Transmitter circuits transmit data from multiple channels that have been multiplexed […]
In this time-lapse video, technicians install a Fujitsu Primergy cluster at the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) at the Australian National University in Canberra. With 57,000 x86 cores, the Primergy is #24 on the TOP500 list. A Tip of the Hat goes out to Datacenter Knowledge for pointing us to this video.
In this time-lapse video, a Fujitsu Primergy supercomputer is constructed at the National Computational Infrastructure at the Australian National University. System Specifications: 57,000 cores = 15,000 home PC’s 160 terabytes of RAM = 40,000 home PC’s 10 petabytes of hard disc = 10,000 PC hard drives 1,200 teraflops of peak computational performance Debuting at #24 […]