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17.11.2008 IBM Burns Through Record Book With 9th Straight No.1 Showing Atop World Supercomputer List
For a record-setting ninth consecutive time, an IBM system took the No.1 spot in the ranking of the world's most powerful supercomputers. The IBM computer built for the roadrunner project at Los Alamos National Lab -- the first in the world to operate at speeds faster than one quadrillion calculations per second (petaflop) in June 2008 -- remains the world speed champion. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
08.04.2008 IBM Turns on the Water for Energy-Efficient Supercomputer
IBM today introduced a new supercomputer powered by one of the world’s fastest microprocessors and cooled by an innovative water system. Save to del.icio.us
22.02.2016 Компания SanDisk представила самую быструю карту памяти формата microSD
С открытием мероприятия MWC 2016 компания SanDisk синхронизировала анонс карточки памяти SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-II, которая, по словам производителя, является самой быстрой картой памяти такого формата. Носитель демонстрирует скорость передачи данных до 275 МБ/с в режиме чтения и до 100 МБ/с — в режиме записи. Он соответствует требованиям спецификации UHS-II и носит маркировку Class 10 и UHS Speed Class 3 (U3). Карточка выпускается объемом 64 и 128 ГБ. Производитель отмечает совместимость карточек SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-II с оборудованием, поддерживающим UHS-I, и защиту...
31.05.2016 China's Fujian Rural Credit Selects IBM to Help Manage New Financial Products
China's Fujian Rural Credit (FJRC) has selected IBM for its new storage infrastructure to help to speed up deployment and raise efficiency of Internet- and cloud-based new financial applications, such as mobile banking, for the province's increasingly prosperous agricultural population. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
14.10.2016 Scality and Seagate Hackathon: Challenge Developers to Extend S3 Server Capabilities Using Kinetic Protocol
Giorgio Regni is CTO at Scality. Follow him on Twitter @GiorgioRegni Object storage has become the fastest-growing model for storing rich content for cloud applications, for data such as images and video. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 API has emerged as a standard and is used by thousands of applications in use in the cloud […]
11.09.2008 Unsurpassed capacity
The new IBM TS1130 is the fastest 1 TB enterprise tape drive and offers capacity, performance, and data protection in addition to tremendous data processing speed.
13.07.2009 Seagate Releases World’s Fastest, Highest Capacity And Most Efficient Cheetah Enterprise Drives Into The Channel
Leading distributors and system builders are ready for 3.5-inch mission-critical hard drive designed for long-term business sustainability and reduced TCO July 13, 2009 - Seagate (NASDAQ: STX) today announced it is [....]
16.07.2009 The fastest gaming drive alive: Barracuda 7200
Artiom at TechWare labs has a simple hack that turbo-charges a Barracuda 7200 1.5 TB drive for crazy fast performance. While I don’t usually promote hacks,this was pretty interesting. It’s easy to [....]
08.12.2017 Harvard Business Review Ranks Seagate’s Steve Luczo Among Top CEOs
Seagate Executive Chairman Steve Luczo has been named by Harvard Business Review as one of the best-performing CEOs in the world. The magazine, which has included Luczo in its annual ranking for the past four years, placed him at No. 28 on this year’s global list of the top 100 CEOs. On Oct. 1, Luczo [...] The post Harvard Business Review Ranks Seagate’s Steve Luczo Among Top CEOs appeared first on Seagate.
11.09.2008 The Forgotten Computer
IBM will today celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stretch supercomputer – a machine that was not a commercial success in its era, but helped revolutionize the computer industry by pioneering technologies that power everything from today’s laptops and iPods to the world’s largest supercomputers. Just as important, it helped establish a culture of innovation at IBM that carries on to this day. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this