7 Results for



Intel: Supercomputer revamp needs our 50-core chip

The Knights Corner processor is a serious attempt by Intel to build a supercomputer-specific chip. It will be roughly equivalent to the processing power of supercomputer in 1996 that had 9,000 cores.

By November 18, 2011


Intel 50-core chips headed to Texas supercomputer

A University of Texas supercomputer will employ a novel Intel chip that houses more than 50 processor cores. It's the first commercial application of this technology.

By September 22, 2011


Sony launches first 3D TV series in Japan

The company teams up with Japanese broadcasters to launch Japan's first 3D TV series, a drama about air traffic controllers called "Tokyo Control."

By January 13, 2011


Dell taps game box, Nvidia for supercomputing

How do you democratize high-performance computing? There's no better example than taking a game PC and turning it into a visual supercomputer.

By November 18, 2008


Sun's super supercomputer to launch

Sun looks to challenge IBM in rankings of world's top supercomputers with Constellation, which will get its coming-out party next week.

By February 13, 2008


Sun eyes supercomputing glory

The linchpin is a piece of hardware that conducts traffic between the servers, memory and data storage. Image: Sun's Constellation System

By June 25, 2007


Japan expands supercomputer cluster

The country's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology will add a Linux Networx system to its cluster.

By April 7, 2004