Latest Supercomputers Stories
Today's most powerful supercomputers could soon become obsolete if computer scientists can develop a new line of super fast calculating machines that perform more than 1,000 times as fast as today as those in current use.
From climate change to the HIV infection to the evolution of the universe, tool enables researchers to address some of the world's most challenging scientific questions.
Amphenol bandwidth-optimized QSFP cable and connector technology offers QDR (Quad Data Rate) InfiniBand connectivity in a low-profile package.
Virginia Tech crashed the supercomputing arena in 2003 with System X, a machine that placed the university among the world's top computational research facilities.
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