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Last Wednesday, March 11, Juniper Networks unveiled their new core routing platform, the Converged Supercore®, which includes innovative custom silicon advancements along with expanded software-defined networking (SDN) capabilities. As stated in the press release, “these new...

  • Publication Date: 03/19/2015
  • Author: Rob Sturgill

You can always spot the early adopters of new technologies; like pioneers, they’re the ones with the arrows in their backs. But like the pioneers, they brave technology’s new frontiers for the very same reasons—tremendous opportunity and huge competitive advantage. And also...

  • Publication Date: 07/16/2015
  • Author: Susan Platt

As the hybrid memory cube architecture matures and the enabling ecosystem develops, it follows that the form factors incorporating HMC will proliferate—and they have, thanks to the development efforts of innovative organizations like Pico Computing.

  • Publication Date: 07/15/2015
  • Author: Susan Platt

In South Africa’s Karoo, a bold telescope project is underway, one that promises to gather new images from the farthest reaches of space in the hope that we can begin to unravel some of the mysteries of the universe. MeerKAT is a massive radio telescope, that will be made up...

  • Publication Date: 07/24/2017
  • Author: Susan Platt

Our just-announced Altera/HMC reference boards represent an industry first in two ways. Not only are they the industry’s first public demonstration of HMC’s interoperability with FPGAs, but Altera is also the first enabler member of the HMC Consortium to announce...

  • Publication Date: 09/04/2013
  • Author: Susan Platt

At the end of this year’s International Supercomputing Conference (ISC), I sat enjoying a drink with a group of high-performance computing (HPC) veterans outside the church in Leipzig where the fall of communism began, and we inevitably asked the question, “What happened this...

  • Publication Date: 07/02/2013
  • Author: Richard Murphy

The week before last, I traveled 20 minutes down Highway 101 from Micron’s San Jose offices to Santa Clara to attend the 7th Annual Linley Tech Processor Conference. The small (just over 400 participants), two-day event was like a breath of fresh air compared to some of the...

  • Publication Date: 10/31/2013
  • Author: Jay Walstrum

With the HMC Consortium’s first specification final and publicly available, the organization is meeting today to determine next steps for the 2013 working year. Basically, the group will be working on extending the SR PHY spec to reach a signaling rate up to 28 Gb/s and the...

  • Publication Date: 04/03/2013
  • Author: Susan Platt

Reporting to you (almost) live from this year's International Supercomputing!

  • Publication Date: 06/19/2013
  • Author: Dean Klein

In Friday’s blog post, we talked about how the U.S. recaptured the Top500 supercomputing lead with the IBM-Lawrence Livermore system named Sequoia. But Fujitsu, creator of last year’s top supercomputer, K, hasn’t been standing still in this department. The K supercomputer at...

  • Publication Date: 06/25/2012
  • Author: Dean Klein