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SuperComputing for the masses trend continues. A more recent and lesser known player in this space is OctigaBay Systems, which is using AMD Optereon to lower the prices of supercomputers. bq. By standardizing on Linux and AMD Opteron TM 64-bit x86 processors, the OctigaBay 12K delivers […]

SuperComputing for the masses trend continues. A more recent and lesser known player in this space is OctigaBay Systems, which is using AMD Optereon to lower the prices of supercomputers.

bq. By standardizing on Linux and AMD Opteron TM 64-bit x86 processors, the OctigaBay 12K delivers the economic and performance benefits of commercial silicon. Furthermore, standards compliance allows users to draw from a wide array of commercial and open source software.

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