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175 teams, 4 continents, $36,000: It's the Amazing HPC Cluster Race

HPC Blog Students join supercomputing battle in China

How much faster is a quantum computer than your laptop?

HPC blog Supercomputing chaps talk qubits and more with Dan Olds

Bibliotheca Alexandrina buys a Huawei superdupercomputer

Flagship Egyptian library to get machine that's great for weather forecasts. Um, why?

Large Hadron Collider gets 4,500 more data-crunching GPUs

Swiss super Piz Daint levels up with new Nvidia and Haswell kit

Inside Nvidia's Pascal-powered Tesla P100: What's the big deal?

GTC16 Under the hood of the HPC, AI workhorse ... which'll be coming to a desk near you

IBM's 'neurosynaptic chip' to power nuke-watching exascale rig

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory gets its hands on 64,000 cores and 80 BEEELLION transistors

Hey kids – want to be an HPC bigshot? Don't have a secret exascale supercomputer?

HPC blog Enter the Student Cluster Competition

Serious unboxing: 230 node research cluster down under

'Pearcey' fires up at Australia's CSIRO

Sparks fly as HPE and Hortonworks hold hands for data mould

You want batch computations? Step into our database love nest

NICE catch, Amazon: Bezos buys HPC toolkit from Italy

Is Uncle Jeff's cut-price bit-barn rental company contemplating HPCaaS?

Exascale project wants machine with TEN MEEELLION ARMS

Europe's ExaNeSt HPC pilot will start with a mere 1000 cores that Intel won't be making

AMD emits fresh open-source GPU tools for HPC, game devs

Fleshes out GPUOpen strategy

France's CEA wires up 6 PB of disks ahead of HPC upgrades

Seagate squeezes out DDN

Super-computers aren't super-secure

US National Science Foundation flings US$5 million at scientific computing infosec

5.34 petaflop SGI monster forecast at US National Center for Atmospheric Research

SGI scores deal for new 'Cheyenne' super

Intel talks concurrency and Knights Landing

Interview James Reinders explains why Intel's Xeon Phi is now a processor

This is how you count all the trees on Earth

NASA project combines algorithms and AWS

PaaS the SLAs: HPC is like one great big cloud ... right? Guys?

Comment Our man goes to the Supercomputing Summit and likes what he sees

Texas HPC cowboys win award for data-nomming flashy Wrangler

Stuffed with DSSD's clustered flash stash

Cray hoists Docker containers into supercomputers

SC15 Productivity gains without performance hits

Supercomputers get their own software stack – dev tools, libraries etc

SC15 OpenHPC group to take programmers to the highest heights

Intel Xeon chip ban? Pfeh. China triples top 500 supercomputer tally

SC15 Real reasons behind Middle Kingdom's rise

JURECA! Germany flips big red switch on 2.2 petaflop supercomputer

Machine open to all fields of data-crunching

IBM bets POWER8 processor farm on hardware acceleration

SC15 Enlists Xilinx for data centre 'solution stacks'

Next-gen killer hurricane hunter to be armed with Nvidia graphics chips

SC15 Think crisis, not Crysis

Here are the graphics processors cloud giants will use to crunch your voices, videos and data

Well, in Nvidia's dreams, anyway

Teradata’s troubles cause the restructuring knives to slip out

Revenues are down by nearly 10 per cent

US nuke boffinry to be powered by Facebook-inspired Linux servers

Open Compute Project designs picked for day-to-day simulations of warheads

Lotus F1: 38°C? Sand in your Vblocks? Must be building a data center in Bahrain again

How the race aces stand up and tear down IT at speed

Hortonworks dismisses reports of Hadoop droop

Customer base growing, but staff still outnumber punters

HPC cluster-wrestling challenge: Come on students, light my PyFR

Reconfigure This! Think you know your hardware? Think again

The Steve Jobs of supercomputers: We remember Seymour Cray

Fast, cool, simple. Repeat

MemSQL makes it easier to hook up to Apache Spark

Spark Streamliner coming at you via GitHub

Let’s hear it for data scientists! Making our lives more and more frictionless

And helping online floggers shift tat. If you want the rainbow …

Grounded: Can big data do for agri-business what it's not doing for retail?

Agriculture proving fertile ground for analytical startups

More email misery and pillory for Hillary as FBI starts quizzery

You can flush the messages, but you need to wipe too

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