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High-performance computing powers research that is vital to national security, industry, technology, and science, improving everyday products, services, and processes. To support the sophisticated capabilities and rigorous requirements of these high-performance, supercomputing...

Altera Corporation is the first to create a development board that demonstrates interoperability between our Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) and Altera’s Stratix® V field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).

After much industry anticipation, we’re shipping the world’s first 2GB Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) engineering samples. Customers can now harness the revolutionary power of HMC in their designs to deliver unprecedented levels of bandwidth and power efficiency to their systems.

At last, my friends, my mother, and the rest of the world get to learn what I’ve been working on—in secret—since I came to Micron exactly three years ago. At the venerable Supercomputing Conference this week, Micron announced a technology that is extremely rare—even to experts...

  • Publication Date: 11/21/2013
  • Author: Michael Leventhal

Greetings again from the International Supercomputing Conference in Leipzig, Germany. This picture of the train station in Leipzig is, I'm told, the biggest in Germany. But what’s even bigger? The news of the new Top500 supercomputer champ, announced at ISC’s opening session...

  • Publication Date: 06/25/2013
  • Author: Dean Klein

Last week, contributing editor Mark Anderson asked me to comment on the imminent release of the 2013 Graph500 Benchmark. The Graph500 is a rating of supercomputer systems that perform graph search workloads that happen in our lives every day—from academic and scientific...

  • Publication Date: 06/19/2013
  • Author: Richard Murphy

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

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

Guten Tag on my last day at ISC in Leipzig. My panel on Memory System Design took place Thursday morning. My three panelists—Dr. Jae Jeong from Samsung, Todd Farrell from Micron, and Roger Pearce from Lawrence Livermore National Labs—each presented their views on...

  • Publication Date: 06/27/2013
  • 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

In yesterday’s post, I promised to dish on what I learned about the new #1 Top500 supercomputer, Sequoia, from the IBM and Lawrence Livermore National Labs folks who built it.

  • Publication Date: 06/22/2012
  • Author: Dean Klein