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iHub Cluster By Paul Muchene / February 22, 2013

iHub Cluster Update

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Here’s a break down of what we’ve been up to since we went live a couple of weeks ago: a) SRE Training We have realized that there is a huge gap in this space in the ecosystem. There needs to be a pool of people who can work with clusters, crunching

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iHub Cluster By Editor / February 21, 2013

iHub Cluster | A Technical Deep Dive


By Moses Temu What is a cluster? To put it simply a cluster is an aggregation of several computers, the computational nodes that are networked together in a way that allows for them to act as one. So why do we need clusters? This is a bit of an extreme

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The Supercomputer - ISIOLO.

iHub By Editor / January 21, 2013

iHub Cluster Goes Live


It’s with great excitement and anticipation that we can formally say that the iHub Cluster is finally up and running! The iHub Cluster was a project thought of by an iHub Community member (Idd Salim) and was kindly funded by Google (through a grant) and Intel (through an infrastructure donation

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iHub By Jimmy Gitonga / September 16, 2012

Parallel Computing : Its Evolution and What You Should Be Doing About It


If you are a “mobile app” programmer, holding a smartphone on your hand, a looking deeply into its lovely interface, there is something you need to know about its past and how your relationship will blossom. “I think OpenCL in the mobile is going to be fundamental to bring parallel

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iHub By Jimmy Gitonga / September 7, 2012

The iHub Cluster


With the help of Google Africa and Intel Corporation, the iHub has embarked on a journey whose immediate realization is the setting up of a High Performance Computing (HPC) system, which we are calling the iHub Cluster. The best part is that it was an idea was presented in 2011

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