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MIT, Facebook Create Low-Latency Fastpass TCP Replacement

Data scientists from MIT and Facebook have proposed a centralized datacenter network that chucks the traditional Internet architecture used for packet transmission and path selection, replacing it with a ...Full Article

Convey-Dell FPGA Appliance Accelerates Hyperscale Image Resizing

Convey Computer, a maker of hybrid supercomputers based on a mix of X86 processors and field programmable gate array (FPGA) chips, is teaming up with Dell’s Data Center Solutions ...Full Article

BAE Systems Arms Clusters With GPU And Xeon Phi Accelerators

With over 88,000 employees and £18.2 billion in revenues, BAE Systems is one of the largest defense, aerospace, and security contractors in the world and a major supplier of ...Full Article

AWS Talks Up Enterprise Wins, Adds Zocalo Collaboration

Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing arm of the world’s largest online retailer, got the first-mover advantage in cloud computing and has been aggressively innovating for more than eight ...Full Article

IBM Commits $3 Billion To Future Chip, Systems Research

If the rumors are right, and they usually are on these sorts of things, then IBM is looking to get out of the chip manufacturing business and has been ...Full Article

IBM DOME Microserver Could Appeal To Enterprises

An experimental microserver system developed by IBM in conjunction with the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy has the potential to end up in commercial systems running massively parallel workloads. ...Full Article

Facebook Datacenters Boosting Swedish Economy

Facebook says its first European datacenter in northern Sweden is generating jobs as well as conserving energy. The social media giant broke ground on the facility in Luleå, Sweden ...Full Article

Cloud 2.0 Promises To Transform, Disrupt Industries

The growing computational power and pervasiveness of the cloud is generating new applications and services that could transform industries and create new ones, a sunny survey of the future ...Full Article

Google Rethinks The Datacenter

With its vastly profitable search engine and advertising empire, it might seem that Google no longer has to worry about controlling capital expenditures. This is not the case. Google ...Full Article

IBM Opens Fed Datacenters in Dallas, DC Area

IBM is opening two new datacenters that will use software and infrastructure from recently acquired SoftLayer to serve the federal government market. Consistent with its application software push, IBM ...Full Article
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