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How many DRAMs does it take to populate a supercomputer? 746,496 plus a lot of hot water for cooling

Jim Handy, The Memory Guy, posted a short blog about the 3-petaFLOP (peak) SuperMUC supercomputer at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre on the outskirts of Munich, Germany. (The “MUC” in SuperMUC is the 3-letter code for the Munich airport. Now that’s … Continue reading

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Designing circuit boards with DDR3? Full-day, hands-on tutorial in Europe shows you how. Munich, May 14

System designs employing DDR3 SDRAMs present many new pcb design challenges compared to DDR2. DDR3 clock, address, and control lines employ a new fly-by topology; setup and hold times need to be just right because there are reduced timing margins … Continue reading

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