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Liqid and Orange Silicon Valley show off a ‘composable’ GPU supercomputer

Liqid and Orange Silicon Valley have teamed up to create a prototype for a “composable” graphics supercomputer. That means it is a computer built with graphics chips that can scale from a small size to a very large size based on the demands of its users. The companies believe it could be used as an […]
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