Over at InfoStor, Henry Newman from Instrumental writes that a new slide deck from Micron provides and intriguing look at the future of memory technology. “So what does this all mean for our future in the data storage industry? I think Micron and likely other companies are going to making some major changes from 2015 to the end of the decade in the area of non-volatile memory as the market demands changes for mobile devices that need both low power usage and non-volatile memory.”
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“Now in Beta, COSMIC is NEC’s system software that enables seamless Xeon Phi coprocessor sharing. It is completely transparent to applications and all other system software components. COSMIC is useful in organizations where several users share one or more Xeon Phi-based servers, and it can thus reduce capital cost by efficiently utilizing fewer servers.”
“The new server will enable the processing of 20 exomes per hour, “a 60-fold increase in speed,” said Michael Zwick, an associate professor of human genetics and scientific director of the Emory Integrated Genomics Core.
“Supermicro’s new 2U TwinPro and TwinPro² maximize performance and power savings by integrating the fastest storage and network technologies available into a resource-optimized, energy efficient 2U Twin architecture.”
Last week at SC13, Micron Technology announced a new computing architecture capable of performing high-speed, big data processing.
This week Boston Limited unveiled the latest addition to its innovative Viridis Microserver range, powered by ARM Cortex A15 quad-core processor.
This week at SC13, SuperMicro is showcasing its latest HPC solutions powered by the Nvidia Tesla K40 GPU accelerator.