US technology cuts down on search engine servers

Manners, David
March 2007
Electronics Weekly;3/14/2007, Issue 2279, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that DRC Inc., Californian developer of co-processors for high performance computing, is planning to employ its technology for the commercial server farm market. DRC currently has a co-processor chip which sits alongside AMD Opterons for very high performance applications such as seismic search, financial industry number-crunching and biomedical applications.


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