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January 2, 2008 By cbid.amdclub.ru

Central Brain Identifier

Central Brain Identifier is designed to provide detailed identification and obtaining the most complete information about all AMD processors....

July 11, 2013 By KernSafe Technology

iStorage Server

KernSafe iStorage Server is an advanced and powerful, full-featured iSCSI Target software that makes any x86, x64 or even Itanium Windows...

December 5, 2008 by

Ten embarrassing questions

I was reading a survey showing that only 2% of Obama voters (vs 35% of McCain voters) could correctly answer at least 11 of 12 simple questions like which party has been in charge of Congress for the last two years, when it occurred to me that there might be some interesting Wintel vs Lintel parallels here.

November 9, 2008 by

Benchmarks: Intel Core i7 (Nehalem)

Intel's new Nehalem architecture features an integrated memory controller and runs two threads per CPU core. Our extensive benchmark tests reveal how well the new quad-core processors perform in practice.

November 4, 2008 by

Benchmarks: Intel Core i7 (Nehalem)

Intel's new Nehalem architecture features an integrated memory controller and runs two threads per CPU core. Our extensive benchmark tests reveal how well the new quad-core processors perform in practice.

June 1, 2008 by

Lighting the murky depths of multicore pricing

Multicore processors have been around since 2005, when Intel shipped its first dual-core processor and the advantages of many cores have been widely touted, but a working model for costing software to work with them is still on its way.

April 3, 2008 by

Green your datacentre or it may go dark

Being green, in terms of IT and datacentres, only very superficially has anything to do with saving the environment. In reality it is about cold, hard cash — and how to spend less of it.

November 14, 2007 by

NASA gets SGI 2048-core Itanium 2 supercomputer

I had a chance to speak with NASA and SGI at the SC07 supercomputing convention in Reno this week where I saw one of the biggest super computers in the world.  Pictured left is a 1024-core version of the Altix 4700 and NASA just bought one with twice as many processors (1024 dual-core Itanium 2 processors) based on the Montecito variant of Intel's Itanium 2 processor and 4 Terabytes of RAM.

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