Thursday, February 14, 2008

Climate System Computing

The Register reports on the movement to create lower power cooler super computers. A couple snips follow. Head over to the Register for the rest of the story.
Horst Simon, a prominent computer scientist at Berkeley Lab, has renewed work around slotting low power chips into supercomputer class machines.
Simon and other researchers at Berkeley have partnered with low power chip designer Tensilica and Rambus to create a new class of computer that could show dramatic performance per watt gains and aid end computer buyers.
Ramboids will notice Mark Horowitz is involved in the Strawman Design Study.

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