Nvidia is elbowing its way into supercomputers
By the grace of Huang
Nvidia has been showing how it is elbowing its way into the CPU market starting with a new supercomputer based in the UK that will run on 384 of its Grace CPU Superchips.
HPE announces new cloud-native server
Uses Ampere chips
Former maker of expensive printer ink Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced today that it will offer a new cloud-native server in Q3 of 2022 using Ampere chips.
US Supreme Court tells Oracle to give up on Itanium case
It will have to pay HPE $3 billion in damages
The US Supreme Court took time out from its busy schedule of trying to turn back the clock on US abortion law to refuse to hear Oracle's appeal to overturn a ruling ordering the IT giant to pay $3 billion in damages.
Supremes chuck out Oracle's appeal
Has to pay HPE
The Supreme Court of California has thrown out Oracle's appeal against a decision to award $3 billion damages to HPE in a case which dates back a decade and relates to Big Red's commitment to develop on Itanium hardware.
HPE says no way San Jose
Moving to Texas
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is to shift away from Silicon Valley and will relocate its headquarters from San Jose, California, to Houston, Texas.
AMD and HPE score another big supercomputer win
More Epyc results in Finland
AMD and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced another big super computer based around AMD EPYC CPUs and AMD Instinct GPUs.
Los Alamos sets new HPE supercomputer onto coronavirus
Chicoma powered by shedloads of EPYC cores
Los Alamos Laboratory has completed the installation of a next-generation high performance computing platform, with aim to enhance its ongoing R&D efforts in support of the nation’s response to COVID-19.
HPE warns of SSDs about to fail
Shut down after 40,000 hours of operation
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) issued a security advisory last week warning customers about a bug in the firmware of some SAS SSDs (Serial-Attached SCSI solid-state drives) that will fail after reaching 40,000 hours of operation.
HPE supercomputer returns to earth
Calls itself V'Ger wants to merge with its creator
HPE's Spaceborne Computer has returned to Earth after 615 days onboard the International Space Station as the first commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) supercomputer system on the ISS.
HPE servers stuck in space
Above the cloud
Two Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers on the International Space Station have still not come back to Earth, three months after their intended return.