A recent report indicates that 97 percent of the world’s top 500 supercomputers run Linux. That statistic seems unfathomable, as if no other operating system even exists or is even worth mentioning. Most of the remaining 3 percent are some other Unix variant, and Windows barely registers at all. The question one […]
In the early days of computing, even before home computing, the U.S. government had a supercomputer called Cray. We’ve come a long way since then.
As more and more people and businesses began to acquire the technology to run software and store data at their locations the demand for computing rose. And it rose sharply. By […]