Subject: General Tech | July 2, 2014 - 06:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: HPC, ISS
The Register visited this years ISS and snapped some pictures of the hardware that was on display. There were a lot of storage solutions being demonstrated like the Silent Brick Library from Fast LTA which offers an alternative to tape archives with the ability to can hold up to 60TB of uncompressed data with 12 bricks in a rack mounted device. Samsung had a brief presentation on 3D V-NAND but did not reveal anything new about their new type of NAND. AMD showed off their new W9100 FirePro and quite a few vendors, Intel included, are increasing their usage of watercooling in racks. Click over to see the latest expensive HPC gear.
"The International Supercomputer Show in Leipzig, Germany, was full of fascinating things at the high-end grunt front of the computing business. Here's what attracted this roving hack's eye."
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- Microsoft releases test patch to address Windows 8.1 update woes @ The Inquirer
- Using Android 4.3? Don't let malware snatch your private login keys @ The Register
- ARM tears apart the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live @ The Inquirer
- Third Person Perspective is Guaranteed to Mess With Your Senses @ Hack a Day
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- Silicon Power Worldwide Joint Giveaway @ NikKTech