The latest, 53rd, edition of Top500 marks the first time all 500 systems on the list are capable of at least 1 petaflop, or one quadrillion floating point operations per second. The slowest system on the list, the Internet Company N D2 system...
Move further fuels challenge to Intel’s dominance in large-scale computing
Azure expands the number of ways enterprises can use its global network.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google is moving some production of Nest thermostats and server hardware out of China.
HPE will integrate Cray’s supercomputer technology into its product portfolio and build an HPC-as-a-service and AI cloud services on HPE GreenLake.
The goal is to offer not only primary storage, but also high-performance compute, backup, disaster recovery, encryption and mobility.
New chip makers drive new levels of network agility and programmability.