New CPUs from Intel & AMD: Live on The Lunduke Show

Posted on August 8, 2017 by Rachel B
AMD EPYC and Intel Xeon SP - front and back

Paul Bibaud, our VP of Sales & Product Development, just made his second appearance on The Lunduke Hour. This time out, he spoke with Bryan at length about the newly unveiled datacenter platforms from AMD and Intel. It’s a rare event that we get brand new high-end processors from the big two manufacturers at so nearly…

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Bryan Lunduke Gets Schooled about VR by Pogo Linux

Posted on July 7, 2017 by admin

Last week, Chris Stevenson (our president VR expert), was a special guest on The Lunduke Hour, hosted by Bryan Lunduke. They had an enlightening conversation about Virtual Reality platforms, what industries are driving the evolution of VR, and what kind of system you need to make the most of a VR kit. Watch it here: Pogo…

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Performance for the Next Generation Datacenter

Posted on July 7, 2017 by Rachel B
Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family

With applications and workloads becoming increasingly complex, it is vital for any new hardware platform to keep up with continually increasing performance demands. Launching today, the new Intel© Xeon© Processor Scalable Family does just that with several key improvements in architecture and performance. The platform benefits greatly from a 1.5x increase in memory bandwidth and support…

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AMD is back!

Posted on June 6, 2017 by admin
AMD Returns with EPYC

For many years, AMD has been dormant; its most recent generation of processors (Opteron) launching over five years ago. In the intervening years, the competition has steadily moved forward, removing the AMD Opteron processor from consideration for new server deployments. With the launch of the EPYC processor series, this has all changed. Not only does…

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ARM Yourself

Posted on April 4, 2017 by Rachel B
ARM servers from Pogo Linux

With ARM processors becoming so prevalent in our cell phones, it’s easy to forget they can excel in HPC too. The Acorn RISC Machine (later known as “Advanced RISC Machine” or ARM) architecture’s simplified design results in high density, exceptional power efficiency, and minimized heat. While these characteristics are ideal for low-power mobile devices, they…

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