The more cores the better!
Intel's "Westmere-EX" Xeon processor is expected to ship during this half of 2011.
It's not self aware... yet.
IBM will be building a 750,000 core supercomputer for the DOE's Argonne National Library.
A 16-core Atom in Microsoft's servers could possibly maintain the current level of performance but consume less energy.
IBM will be building a massive cloud computing data center in China, which will be the largest center of its kind in Asia.
Designing next-generation adapters able to deliver speeds of 10 gigabit and beyond is one thing. But the world literally depends on making sure those NICs work all the time under every possible condition. Step...
A medical server was compromised to host a Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer server.
IT professionals often perceive the cloud as insecure as or less secure than having their apps living inside their own data centers. But perceptions don't necessarily match reality. We run through some of the...
I will show you four different ways to connect to your collection of virtual servers in the cloud.
Virtualization, along with cloud computing, is becoming the new way to provide redundant services formerly enabled by clustering, and as such is making it more affordable and within the reach of businesses...
The notion of a hybrid cloud is gaining traction. These are virtual services that run in various locations to deliver applications that can make use of a combination of public clouds and private hosted servers,...
Verizon has myriad small, medium and enterprise business-related cloud services, everything from the mundane process of making backups to more sophisticated collections of virtual and even physical servers. In...
They sure can, but they probably don't.
A supercomputer using Windows HPC Server entered petaflop land.
Yes, it can.
128 cores? Sadly, no.
Serious business for these GPUs.
10 petaflops... a lot of flops.
The wrap up of GPU Technology Conference.
Yes, Of Course More CPU Cores are Better!
Sony's PlayStation team is looking for engineers with Android development experience fueling reports that the company is planning a PSP phone powered by Android.
Microsoft is ready to take on Linux with this.
Four of these together can render some really nice Wolfenstein graphics.
Larry Ellison Doesn’t Get Cloud Computing.
A man from Salt Lake City is facing charges after he got wasted and shot the server at work with a .45-caliber gun.