In a surprise move this week, Altera announced that Intel will manufacture Altera’s ARM-based SoCs using Intel’s 14 nm tri-gate transistor technology.
Asetek has built a new type of liquid cooling adapter that can be fitted onto existing servers. The big win here is that the adapters cool the servers more efficiently than the air conditioning that’s typically used.
The SBEUC is accelerating R&D to address environmental concerns around power generation, speed the development of new cutting-edge technology.
Gregory D. Peterson from NICS describes how the Intel Xeon Phi enabled NICS to deploy Beacon.
With the Cray CS300 system and its advanced liquid-cooling architecture, we will provide our vast user community with a cost-effective and energy-efficient high performance computing system that is also a powerful and technologically-advanced tool for scientific research.
Today Penguin Computing demonstrated a new microserver platform based on the Intel Atom processor. As one of the first microserver designs built on the Open Compute Project’s microserver card specification, the microserver can accommodate 64-bit Intel Atom C2000 processors that feature up to eight cores and up to 32GB of 1600 MHz of DDR3L RAM […]
The Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group at LBNL continues its mission promote energy-efficient HPC.