The University of Queensland’s Research Computing Centre announced that its new data-intensive high performance computer, FlashLite, has set two world records to become the world’s most powerful shared memory server.
High performance computing specialist (HPC) vendor Xenon Systems, has won a competitive tender to build and deliver a bespoke HPC computer that it says can process and analyse larger datasets than ever before.
University and research supercomputing is being revolutionised by the march of platforms built using commodity graphics processor chips used in games machines and mobile phones. Queensland University of Technology and the University of Melbourne are the latest to take the plunge.
Yes they were busy implementing their hackable , interceptable high latency, packet dropping crap during the lockdowns. Which is no[…]
This was expected outcomes. Stealing the backhaul for utter exploitable hackable crap purely designed for handshaking interception and spying. Actual[…]
congestion free ? not noise free ! SCAM. More Krack exploits on the way for this snake oil. Ethernet works.
How high are the hills?Another publicity effort from the NBN diversion team?
I wonder how many drop-outs it gets?