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New Hikari Supercomputer Starts Solar HVDC

Texas Advanced Computing Center (09/14/16) Jorge Salazar

The Hikari computing system at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) in Austin, TX, is the first supercomputer in the U.S. 175 more words

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Mad science meets modern manufacturing: Top technologies that will transform the manufacturing landscape

By Michelle Drew Rodriguez

“Advanced technologies” is not a new topic within manufacturing conversations. From the birth of mass automation to the creation of the first 3D printed car, innovative technologies and approaches are continually disrupting the manufacturing industry. 1,566 more words

Manufacturing Technology

Faster Parallel Computing

MIT News (09/13/16) Larry Hardesty

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) this week are presenting Milk, a new programming language, at the 25th International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques in Haifa, Israel. 169 more words

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'Dell Technologies' Officially Launched

After almost a year and an estimated $63 billion, meet Dell’s new tech giant(s). Combined ‘Dell Technologies’ provides innovation and new technologies that will NOT compete directly with AWS and Azure, but deploy enterprise-class cloud portfolios for large mission-critical applications… 180 more words

Cloud Computing

Revealed: Google's Plan for Quantum Computer Supremacy

New Scientist (08/31/16) Jacob Aron

Google expects to have the world’s largest working quantum computer ready soon, as researchers say the company is on the verge of a breakthrough. 181 more words

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C is the new Java

In my previous post Game Over for VMs, what’s next?  I made the case that the underlying concerns that gave rise to virtual machine technology no longer exist.  358 more words

Tips And Tricks

Transistors Will Stop Shrinking in 2021, Moore's Law Roadmap Predicts

IEEE Spectrum (07/22/16) Rachel Courtland

The 2015 International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) predicts the transistor could stop shrinking in only five years. The report predicts that after 2021, it will no longer be economically feasible for companies to continue to shrink the dimensions of transistors in microprocessors. 134 more words

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