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DEFINITION: Blue Gene is a supercomputer development project at IBM for a series of high-performance system-on-a-chip (SoC) arcitectures with minimal power demands. The series includes Blue Gene/L, Cyclops64, (formerly Blue Gene/C), Blue Gene/P and Blue Gene/Q. Blue Gene/L, which runs on Linux, employs thousands of processors, each of which demands minimal electric current. Because Blue Gene/L dissipates relatively  … 

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DataDirect Networks Video 1
sponsored by DataDirect Networks
WEBCAST: Supercomputers aren’t just tools needed by massive corporations or governments; everyday companies can build and power their businesses with comprehensive, cutting-edge AI. Watch this webinar to learn how you can build a supercomputer in 3 weeks and learn how to navigate everything from infrastructure to AI model deployments.
Posted: 15 Mar 2021 | Premiered: Mar 15, 2021

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Case Study: Working together to create renewable resources
sponsored by Cisco & Fujitsu
VIDEO: This case study explores the relationship between an organization and an infrastructure provider to maintain their super computers. Learn how that by maintaining their super computers, one provider is helping to maintain their data center and renewable resources and together improving the quality of life.
Posted: 17 Oct 2014 | Premiered: 01 Jul 2014

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