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Intel's Qlogic deal pumps up InfiniBand's future

Buying Qlogic's high-end server interconnection products and hiring its employees supports Intel's supercomputing goal for 2018.

By January 23, 2012

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Got leftover GPUs? Why not crack some passwords?

Researcher Jeremi Gosney has used five servers, 25 Radeon GPUs, Infiniband and Virtual OpenCL to crack passwords at a scary rate.

By December 5, 2012

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Thunderbolt vs. USB, HDMI, PCIe Cable: How does it compare?

Intel's high-speed communications technology is pitted against strong incumbent interfaces -- and the nascent PCI Express Cable could provide more competition.

By June 14, 2012

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Intel to buy key assets from supercomputer maker Cray

The chipmaker is bulking up its interconnect portfolio by purchasing technology from the supercomputer pioneer in a $140 million deal.

By April 24, 2012

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Where IT is going: Cloud, mobile, and data

Today's IT world is changing dramatically because of the convergence of cloud computing, mobility, and everything else associated with running apps on the Web, and big data.

By April 23, 2012

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InfiniBand eight years later

The tech once touted as a faster and more efficient way to connect to servers may not have lived up to early promises, but it's got a solid niche.

By September 17, 2008

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Whither Infiniband?

While Infiniband once enjoyed wide industry support, it seems to have gone the way of Betamax, a mere footnote in the annals of technology.

By September 13, 2007

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Is China a supercomputer threat? (Q&A)

Jack Dongarra, an expert at the University of Tennessee, discusses the potential threat China poses with its new supercomputer and the state of supercomputing in the U.S.

By October 28, 2010

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Gartner's hype cycle: Tablets, gestures, and cloud

Do gesture recognition, tablets, and cloud computing--whether public or private--deserve their spots on Gartner's 2010 Hype Cycle?

By October 15, 2010

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Latency matters even across the ocean

A new transatlantic cable will shave 5 milliseconds off communications times for financial traders aiming for the very speediest transactions.

By October 11, 2010