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Expansion chassis manufacturer offers new options for modular GPU computing with addition of ExpressBox 3450 to its HPC product line San Diego, California (PRWEB)
Volcanic eruptions in Iceland are pretty commonplace. Forming new layers of the Earth's crust during an eruption? That's new (at least to us).
Magma’s EB2400 is the latest expansion chassis in their growing line of compact 7 slot solutions San Diego, California (PRWEB) December 10, 2014 Magma,
Magma Launches Latest Gen-3 PCI Express 7- slot Expansion Chassis for High Performance Computing Peripherals San Diego, California (PRWEB) November 25, 2014
High performance computing system, ExpressBox 3600, tested and ready for use with new GPU accelerators San Diego, California (PRWEB) November 17, 2014
Spectacular eruptions at Bárðarbunga volcano in central Iceland have been spewing lava continuously since Aug. 31. Massive amounts of erupting lava are connected to the destruction of supercontinents and dramatic changes in climate and ecosystems.
Magma offers a rack-mount solution for the new Apple Mac Pro® and Thunderbolt PCIe expansion products. San Diego, California (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
Lenovo’s mobile workstation leverages Thunderbolt speed and access to PCI Express cards through Magma’s Thunderbolt expansion chassis. San Diego, California
The first 500 million years after the Earth formed is a period known as the Hadean. Until recently, it was believed that this time in Earth's history was hellacious. A new study reveals that this assumption may be false and that the early Earth may have been surprisingly similar to present day.
A new, detailed image of the volcanic plumbing beneath Mt. Rainier has been created by a group of researchers from the University of Utah, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the College of New Jersey and the University of Bergen, Norway.
Scoria is a term used by geologists to describe an igneous rock containing many gas bubbles, or vesicules. Scoria forms when magma rich in dissolved gases is vented. As the magma encounters lower pressures, the gasses are able to escape and form bubbles. These bubbles are trapped when the magma cools and solidifies. Volcanic cones of scoria can be left behind after eruptions, usually forming mountains with a crater at the summit. An example is Mount Wellington, Auckland in New Zealand....