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Recent TechCenter Activity

High-Performance Computing (HPC) Blog – GPGPU Computing: Here Come the Tools. Over the last few years there has been a steady rise in the number of people interested in using GPUs for general purpose computing. Announcements related to new benchmarks and applications initially came from academia and are now coming from numerous commercial software vendors (for example, Microsoft just announced that our Media Encoder product includes GPU acceleration).

Featured Video of the Week – Featured Video Of The Week: EQL User Conference Preview. With the EqualLogic User Conference coming up in just two weeks, I thought we would feature a couple of the teaser videos for the videos of the week. First, we have Darren Miller talking to us about some of the topics that will be covered this year. If for some reason you haven't registered yet, you can do it here.

Blog – New Thermal Features of the M710HD Blade Server. Ensuring that the blade thermal control does not cause overcooling, and wasting energy running the fans, is a key design focus for the Dell Engineering Team. The following innovative features are new and/or unique to the M710HDdemonstrating Dell’s commitment to server power efficiency.

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