Continuing in the wave of accuracy demanded by HFT and HPC, Exablaze has just released their ExaNIC X10-HPTRead More
Friday, 03 Feb, 2017Posted in Hardware
In partnerships with Nvidia, Kinetica makes 'real-time' a reality.Read More
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Friday, 10 Jun, 2016Posted in News
CIARA have released an update to their HF lineup, to include the record breaking HF320S-G3. The 'S' model now offering 8 cores of 4.7 GHz clock speed.
February 2016 saw the (long awaited) global release of the Ciara Technologies HF320D-G3 dual node server. Based on the 3rd generation of high frequency server, the HF320D packs two single socket 4.6GHz Haswell CPUs inside 2U.
For the first time, you will be able to buy Intel based Notebooks with Xeon based CPUs. Aimed at the power user, designer, developer, engineer or architect - the move looks to bolster legacy desktop/notebook sales.Read More
We are excited to announce the release of Oracle's new four-socket x86 server, Oracle Server X5-4, based on Intel’s Haswell-EX processors. Designed with Oracle operating systems, Oracle virtualization, and Oracle Database in mind, this is the most powerful four-socket x86 server Oracle have ever built.Read More
A little behind everyone else, ‘Big Red’ have released their Haswell based Intel X86 machines, with a few technical advantages over other Vendors. Early December saw the new X5 Oracle machines available for delivery. Featuring Intel E5-2600 v3 chips and NVMe SSDs for up to 6.4TB of high-bandwidth flash storage.Read More
Intel have released their latest update to their Xeon E5 line up, in the form of Haswell. Offering up to 18 cores, this is most exciting release by Intel in a long while. Frequency scaling, as seen before, is still in place; as is DDR4 architecture and cache monitoring.Read More
As part of the annual 'Hot Chips' convention, Oracle have released a couple of details about the hot-ly anticipated M7 incarnation of the SPARC CPU line up. Featuring 8 core clusters, and a total of 32 cores per socket the SPARC M7 has 10 Billion, yes BILLION transistors on one chip.Read More