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September 2012

In this edition of our newsletter, we cover:

  • Advanced Clustering Technologies continues its tradition of SC12 ticket giveaways
  • At IDF, intel announces new detals on their Xeon Phi
  • Advanced Clustering Technologies delivers 48 TFLOPs cluster to Oklahoma State University - named Cowboy
  • OU Supercomputing Symposium coming next month
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August 2012

In this edition of our newsletter, we cover:

  • Tell us your clustering story and receive free shipping!
  • Is it time to switch to solid state drives?
  • Intel planning to release Xeon Phi later this year
  • OU Supercomputing Symposium coming in October from the campus of the University of Oklahoma
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June 2012

In this edition of our newsletter, we cover:

  • Tell us your clustering story and receive free shipping!
  • Top 500 supercomputers list is released
  • Intel to offer a "supercomputer on a chip" in the form of their soon-to-be-released Xeon Phi
  • nVidia announces follow up to Tesla Fermi with Tesla Kepler K10 GPU
  • Great Plains Network Annual Meeting wrap-up
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May 2012

In this edition of our newsletter, we cover:

  • Advanced Clustering Technologies new Pinnacle compute blades featuring Intel Xeon E5-series processors
  • ACT's hardware stress tool know as 'breakin' updated and available for download
  • Intel releases fourway E5-4600 series processors and nVidia set to release newest Tesla GPU: Kepler K10
  • ACT to exhibit at upcoming Great Plains Networking Annual Meeting in Kansas City and ACS' regional Reaction Mechanisms Conference at the University of Missouri, Columbia
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April 2012

In this edition of our newsletter, we cover:

  • Advanced Clustering Technologies announces strategic partnership with Panasas
  • Oklahoma State University selects Advanced Clustering Technologies to build Cowboy, their ~50 TFLOPs supercomputer
  • ACT completes benchmarking Intel Xeon E5-series processors vs. Xeon 5600-series processors
  • ACT to exhibit at upcoming Great Plains Networking Annual Meeting in Kansas City and ACS' regional Reaction Mechanisms Conference at the University of Missouri, Columbia
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