Inside Extreme Scale Tech|Friday, November 28, 2014
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Honda Speeds Past On-Site Clusters for Critical R&D

Honda Speeds Past On-Site Clusters for Critical R&D

When one thinks of Honda Motor Company, the first image that comes to mind are likely of ...

Intel’s Super Elastic Datacenter Bubble

Intel’s Super Elastic Datacenter Bubble

IT spending is growing at a few measly points a year, at best, and guess what? Diane ...

Nvidia Doubles Up Tesla GPU Accelerators

Nvidia Doubles Up Tesla GPU Accelerators

Those who have an insatiable appetite for floating point performance – and who doesn’t, really? – prepare ...

Enterprises Get On The Xeon Phi Roadmap

Enterprises Get On The Xeon Phi Roadmap

The Xeon family of processors have been around so long and are so vital to the fortunes ...

EDITOR'S PICKS
Systems
Hewlett-Packard reported declining fiscal year and quarterly revenues as it implements a restructuring plan for breaking into an enterprise business and ... Full article
IT spending is growing at a few measly points a year, at best, and guess ...
The coming battle over compute in the datacenter pitting myriad ARM server chip makers against ...
Those who have an insatiable appetite for floating point performance – and who doesn’t, really? ...
Software
Despite the fact that it runs on plain vanilla X86 servers and 64-bit operating systems, Hadoop is a complex beast that’s ... Full article
Enterprise Linux vendor SUSE announced a batch of initiatives this week at a company event, ...
Like many enterprises, AutoTrader.com is on a journey from physical machines running distinct parts of ...
In inexorable march of software technology is disrupting entire industries as the flexibility of software-defined ...
Datacenter
A former steel mill outside of Philadelphia that is connected to more than 2 gigawatts of electricity has been converted into ... Full article
A European “green computing” effort is taking a new approach to datacenter scaling while attempting ...
As global datacenter construction peaks over the next several years, “mega datacenters” are emerging as ...
As efforts to make datacenters more energy efficient hit a wall, Microsoft is taking a ...
Cloud
When one thinks of Honda Motor Company, the first image that comes to mind are likely of the automobiles, which wouldn’t ... Full article
New instances unveiled by Amazon Web Services this week based on a customized version of ...
If there is a consistent message coming out of Amazon Web Services from its re:Invent ...
HGST, the disk drive business formerly owned by IBM and then Hitachi that is now ...
Storage
The latest version of storage services specialist SolidFire’s Element OS adds multi-tenant networking along with user features the company said can ... Full article
Software-defined storage specialist DataCore Software said the latest release of its storage services platform could ...
Software-defined storage along with hyper-converged infrastructure may be catching on at the high end of ...
Don’t try to lift this by yourself. In the search for ever-cheaper and ever-denser storage, ...
Networks
Crunching data is not as big of a problem as moving it around so it can be crunched. The PCI-Express bus ... Full article
Every now and again, the hyperscale datacenter operators tell the world about some new tricks ...
Intel has some impressive networking assets that it has acquired in the past several years, ...
Servers based on X86 processors have Windows, Linux, and other options as operating systems, and ...
Most Read
Say what you will about Oracle co-founder and CEO Larry Ellison, but when the software giant bought Sun Microsystems more than four years ago, ...
The word on the street ahead of the Oracle OpenWorld extravaganza, which opened on Sunday evening in San Francisco, was that CEO Larry Ellison ...
Just a few weeks ahead of the launch of EnterpriseTech, chip maker Intel rolled out its “Ivy Bridge” Xeon E5-2600 v2 processors. These chips ...
Hewlett-Packard may be known as the volume player in the X86 server business, which has been dominated by two-socket servers for the past decade ...
Even if you are not thinking of buying a big Sparc/Solaris server, some new math by Oracle might get you to thinking about shared ...