Liquid Cooling for Computers is Cool Again – Here are the Reasons Why
Third blog in the "Future of Hardware" series, we take a deeper look into recent advancements in liquid cooled computing technology.
Disaggregating Memory May be the Most Exciting Trend for Computing System Design Right Now
Just throwing more resources at difficult and complex challenges in high performance computing design willy-nilly can often be an inefficient solution. If the resources are not used smartly and efficiently, it can lead to a lot of waste and excess. A relevant example is internal storage in computing systems. In my first blog in this three part series, I discussed the rapid growth of key performance metrics across CPU/GPU cores, memory, network throughput, storage capacity, and peripheral interconnects. These numbers certainly attest to the sheer scale that the compute industry is willing to throw at the problem of how to support the explosion of workloads and applications that we are experiencing with the mainstream adoption of cloud, mobile, and social technologies. In this second blog in the series I talk about how memory upgrades in high performance computing design today are changing the rules of the future of hardware game.
Today’s Advancements in Compute Hardware Can Power the Next Generation of ‘Moonshots’
Many computing performance advancements have been added to the latest Cisco UCS X-Series since its first iteration in 2009, thanks to the technological evolution of computer hardware in the industry today compared to yesteryear.
Cisco UCS C245 M6 server based on AMD EPYC sets 14 world records
Nothing is hotter than the 14 new SPEC.org world-record benchmarks just delivered by the Cisco UCS C245 M6 Server based on 3rd generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs.