Broadcom in Santa Clara is seeking an HPC Server and Processor Architect in our Job of the Week.
In this video, Rick Wagner from the San Diego Supercomputer Center describes the “Long-Tail Death Match,” a gaming competition running on a multipanel display at the SDSC booth at SC13. SDSC built the Meteor Cluster for the competition, a Beowulf cluster based on inexpensive Raspberry Pi computing devices.
In this video from SC13, Arnon Friedman from Texas Instruments describes how TI multicore DSP processors rule the roost for HPC computing at under 10 Watts. As an example of what’s possible, the company showcased the BrownDwarf DSP + ARM Supercomputer from nCore in the first public demonstration of an ARM Cortex-A15+Accelerator (DSP) high performance system.
Asetek is the world’s leading supplier of liquid cooling systems for computers with over 1.5 million cooling systems shipped for workstations, desktop PCs and servers. Leveraging their proven technologies, the Asetek RackCDU™ Direct-to-Chip hot water cooling system delivers energy savings of up to 80% and server rack density increases of up to 2.5x-5x times compared to air-cooled data centers, with rapid ROI and low TCO.
Iceotope, the environmental cooling specialist, has announced the installation of its liquid-cooled servers inside the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) in Poland, a 3,200sq ft colocation facility offering shared HPC services to scientists, universities and researchers from around the world. The installation is part of the European PRACE Research Project (Partnership for Advanced Computing […]
This week the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) announced a new technical collaboration with ARM.