Wherever there's change, there's challenge, and the high performance
computing (HPC) market is no exception. HPC has
undergone a transformation over the past 10 years, with traditional
proprietary high-end systems such as vector supercomputers (Cray)
giving way to industry-standard servers running UNIX, Linux and
even Microsoft Windows.
- HPC: the theory of evolution
From Cray to Gates, technical computing is headed
downstream. Find out how you can capitalize on the trends
driving this evolution.
- Staying cool in the data center
Learn about data center power and cooling solutions from HP
Labs that can help you scale out your server environment.
- Grid myths debunked
Understanding the evolution from distributed computing to the
ubiquitous grid, and where to begin.
- IT on tap!
Pay-per-use computing is ideal for many high-performance
computing sectors, including oil and gas, manufacturing
and financial services.
- Boosting EDA with Linux
High-performance computing clusters can enhance
EDA efficiency and improve product development.
- Fast storage
Learn about new storage architectures that can achieve
exceptional I/O performance and reliability.
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