Posts tagged power
The world-leading Institute for Computational Cosmology (ICC) has upgraded its server and storage cluster, COSMA4.
by Steve Gunther, Anant Deval, Rajesh Kumar, and Edward (Ted) Burton, Intel Corporation
Abstract: Maximizing energy efficiency was a key goal on the design of the The Intel® microarchitecture code name Nehalem, which was conceived as a modular architecture with multiple cores that would scale from very small mobile platforms to very high-performance, server configurations. Building [...]
A team of mechanical engineers from Sandia National Laboratories used supercomputing time from the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility to simulates turbulent combustion at different scales.
by George Leopold
As Moore’s Law runs out of steam and computing goes mobile, technologists are searching for ways to make the leap to new parallel programming frameworks that can leverage low-power multicore architectures. The move has been spurred by growing industry concern that today’s microprocessor computing engines have hit a “power wall”. That in turn [...]
By Jason Hiner
Since early 2011, NVIDIA has been on a tear in the mobile market, jumping ahead of Qualcomm and Texas Instruments. NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 dual core processor was everywhere at CES 2011 in January, powering nearly all of the most highly-anticipated Android devices from the Motorola Xoom to the ASUS Eee Pad to [...]