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Magazine articles on servers and supercomputers.
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March 2, 2010
IBM Looks Beyond x86 for Servers IBM's new eX5 architecture is aimed at surpassing some of the limitations of x86. mark for My Articles 408 similar articles
February 11, 2010
IBM Enters the Network-Attached Storage Market IBM is the latest data storage vendor to offer extreme scale-out network attached storage. mark for My Articles 804 similar articles
PC Magazine
February 9, 2010
Samara Lynn
Egnyte Hybrid Cloud Solution Egnyte takes the best aspects of both local and cloud storage and fuses them into one service so your business files are accessible anywhere. mark for My Articles 482 similar articles
February 2, 2010
Air Force Taps PS3s for Low-Cost Supercomputer The end result of using off-the-shelf hardware could be one of the fastest supercomputers in the world - and at a fraction of rivals' prices and energy costs. mark for My Articles 208 similar articles
PC Magazine
December 14, 2009
Mario Morejon
Dell PowerEdge T110 Its PC-sized case doesn't leave much room for future expansion, but the adequately-powered Dell PowerEdge T110 might be a perfect fit if your office has server space constraints... Windows Small Business Server 2003... mark for My Articles 181 similar articles
December 2, 2009
Paul Shread
EMC Enhances Clustering for Data Archive System A new federated management feature links together different Centera versions as long as one of the systems is the current version. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
November 25, 2009
Europe Jumps Into HPC Fray With Aurora A company known for wearable PCs comes out with its own supercomputer design. What does it have that IBM and HP doesn't? mark for My Articles 72 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 24, 2009
Mario Morejon
HP MediaSmart EX495 HP introduced some problems along with improvements on the MediaSmart EX495 device based on Windows Home Server, but it still leads the competition. mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 18, 2009
Douglas Fox
IBM Reveals the Biggest Artificial Brain of All Time This computer simulation, as large as a cat's brain, blows away the previous record -- a simulated rat's brain with 55 million neurons -- built by the same team two years ago. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
November 16, 2009
Intel Unveils Plans for Six-Core Nehalem-EX High-end Xeon processor was previously announced as an eight-core processor, but Intel branched out. mark for My Articles 1247 similar articles
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