The megaflop-busting Cray-1 made computing history back in 1976. Crave's Nerdy New Mexico arrives in the atomic city of Los Alamos to meet up with with this supercomputing classic.
The University of Illinois' National Center for Supercomputing Applications will use a Cray supercomputer for the National Science Foundation's Blue Waters project. That computer will incorporate AMD's new 16-core processor.
The chipmaker is bulking up its interconnect portfolio by purchasing technology from the supercomputer pioneer in a $140 million deal.
Company will use Nvidia GPUs in its largest supercomputers, employing a back-to-the-future technology that played a role in the earliest supercomputers.
They'll work on efficient power delivery and cooling innovations, with the aim of reducing facility, power, and hardware costs.
High-end computing specialist says it will use Windows HPC Server in a line of products aimed at departments and universities.
Meet a supercomputer inspired by Star Trek with a wall-sized power bank in this episode of Tales of Silicon Valley.
Cray Supercomputers and Memorabilia at the DigiBar
The two companies enter into a multiyear agreement on high-performance computing. That's not going to sit well with AMD.