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DeepCube Unveils Deep Learning Suite

DeepCube is launching a new suite of products and services, including a software-based deep learning accelerator which runs on a range of current and next-generation hardware. The suite targets neural network training Read more…

AMD Eyes Data-Driven Server Upgrades

AMD is zeroing in on datacenter overhauls needed to handle faster data and analytics as a means of chipping away at rival Intel Corp.’s x86 dominance of the enterprise IT infrastructure market. Some market analysts Read more…

Anaconda Platform Gets Boost From Intel

The latest version of the Anaconda open source analytics platform incorporates Intel Corp.'s math kernel library (MKL) to significantly boost performance. Version 2.5 extends Anaconda capabilities rolled out last fall. Read more…

The Week in Big Data Research

We span the globe for this week's big data research and development stories. From modeling in Poland and Montreal to analyzing e-literature in Norway and hashing in Japan, this week has a distinct international flair. Also included this week are studies of big data compression out of MIT and private data center access from Microsoft. Read more…

HPC Accelerates the Rate of Scientific Discovery!

There have been numerous breakthroughs in science during the last year, utilizing the many unique advances in high performance supercomputing. National Laboratories, Universities and Research Centers worldwide have been leveraging HPC to push the human understanding of physics, chemistry and biology across numerous application domains – let’s look at some examples. Read more…

Entry-Level HPC: Proven at a Petaflop, Affordably Priced!

Don't have a super budget? You can still own a premier high performance supercomputer with proven technology and reliability. New entry-level configurations and options enable you to configure the optimal balance of price, performance, power, and footprint for your unique and exacting requirements. Read more…

Q&A: Appro gets ready for 16-core AMD “Interlagos” processors

In the volatile high performance computing (HPC) market, vendor longevity is quite rare. However, Appro has not only endured, but continues to introduce innovative solutions. One of the company’s strengths is that while some vendors flashed into and out of existence by offering rigid solutions exclusively for the highest end of the market, Appro has tried to appeal to the medium to large-scale HPC market with a variety of workload configuration requirements. Read more…

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