A quiet movement to replace Linpack as the benchmark of choice for evaluating a supercomputer might mean that the Top500’s days are numbered.
Customers typically swap out networking equipment every five years, whether they need to or not, a new survey finds.
GM estimated that simulating the crashes could save enormous amounts of cash over hurling physical cars (and test dummies) into walls.
Dell is now qualified to run the SAP Business Suite, which could mean big bucks for server makers.
Xi3 unveils a flexible arrangement of its microservers that the company claims can be mounted as a sort of sculpture.
But can the country re-establish its supercomputing dominance?
HP’s former CTO, Shane Robison, is being asked to right whatever’s wrong at Fusion-io.
The next step for the Open Compute Project is a top-of-rack switch built entirely from the ground up.
Internet monitors watch as Syria’s Internet access goes down, only to return almost a day later.
PMC Sierra’s CEO says that “small cell” cellular points are asking for flash memory.