According to market analysis agency The 451 Group, there’s an increasing need for water-cooled systems in the data center. At ICC, we’ve seen the benefits of switching from noisy, inefficient air conditioning to streamlined, virtually silent water-cooled options — these include everything from heat recycling opportunities to more control over rack configurations to lower total power costs. Here’s what youRead More
When it comes to high speed trading, milliseconds matter. Here are five critical considerations for any high-speed system.
The NUC (acronym for “Next Unit of Computing”) is an innovative “small form factor” computer based on Intel processor architectures. It is capable of doing virtually everything a traditional “tower” computer (e.g. desktop/workstation form factor) can do, while taking up a small fraction of the physical space. The heart of the NUC is a 4×4 inch motherboard with a soldered-onRead More
Learn more about the new Xeon E5 v2 Ivy Bridge-EP Processors
In this intro to the InfiniBand technology, we take a high-level overview of the key benefits of using IB in HPC and supercomputing environments
In this special episode of “Server Talk” we interview Emily Hutson from Intel to learn more about the the features and advantages of the third generation Xeon E3 “Haswell” processors
Learn more about how the third generation of Intel Xeon E3 processors “Haswell” is aiming for low power and graphics solutions in servers and workstations
Intel has awarded us as a “New Market Solution” finalist for our work in developing an innovative financial trading IT solution. We submitted our “VEGA” solution line to Intel for review. Specialized for high speed trading environments, these systems support frequency and voltage overclocking and have undergone rigorous testing to ensure that they can be consistently pushed past the standardRead More
Heard about servers but not quite sure about them? Learn more in the first episode of our podcast “Server Talk”!
The US House Intelligence Committee announced yesterday that American companies should stay away doing business with Chinese telecommunications hardware companies, in particular Huawei and ZTE (the second and fifth largest manufarturers of telecom hardware in the world). The U.S. House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee engaged in a lengthy 11-month investigation of the two companies. It’s now warning they may beRead More