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ISRO develops India’s fastest supercomputer

isro-fastest-compThe Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has built India’s fastest supercomputer in terms of theoretical peak performance —220 trillion floating point operations per second (FLOPS).

K. Radhakrishnan, ISRO Chairman, inaugurated the supercomputer, SAGA-220, at the newly established supercomputing facility, named after Satish Dhawan, of the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre here on Monday. Continue reading

The fastest way to transfer data, by INTEL

Intel discovered the fastest way of transferring data:- Intel discovered the fastest way o get information in and out of your PC and peripheral devices. At 10 Gbps, Thunderbolt™ technology gives you great responsiveness with high-speed data and display transfers in each direction—at the same time. With a single cable, connecting a PC to multiple devices is simple, making it easy to get and see what you want, when you want it. Thunderbolt technology gives you incredible flexibility; high performance expansion is just a cable away for new and novel uses, now and in the future. Continue reading

Sandy Bridge: 10 Things You Need to Know

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Intel has now officially released its “second-generation Core” CPUs, which are popularly referred to by their collective code name “Sandy Bridge.” These processors represent some major changes in Intel’s design philosophy, and could have a major impact on computing in 2011 and beyond. What follows is a very brief rundown of the basics of Sandy Bridge.
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