Monthly Archives: May 2013

VMware launched its public cloud service

On Tuesday, VMware unveiled its vCloud Hybrid Service, which is a “public cloud” service that lets customers rent servers and storage over the Internet. The service is aimed at companies that already have an infrastructure based on VMware’s hypervisor and … Continue reading

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The challenges on Interplanetary Internet

In an interview given to Wired Magazine Vint Cerf, Google’s Chief Internet Evangelist, describes the challenges of creating an interplanetary network required to communicate with future missions to Mars. Along with Bob Kahn, he was responsible for developing the internet … Continue reading

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Google Compute Engine switches from custom image to Debian

Following the launch of Debian 7 Wheezy, Google is moving it’s default operating system image type for Google Compute Engine from Linux OS GCEL (Google Compute Engine Linux) to Debian 6.0 and 7.0. This was announced on May 9th in … Continue reading

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AMD introduces hUMA, sharing the memory between CPU and GPU

Although CPUs and GPUs have coexisted on the same piece of silicon (better known as an APU), for a few years now, the CPU and GPU have not been ‘equal citizens’. Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) is an intelligent computing architecture … Continue reading

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