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Blogs by Trenton Systems / High-performance computers (3)

Major Military Prime Chooses Trenton Systems for Airborne Application

Major Military Prime Chooses Trenton Systems for Airborne Application

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What is a GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)?

What is a GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)?

In addition to CPUs, there is another processing unit, the GPU (graphics processing unit), that helps execute other computing tasks such as graphics and video rendering. In this blog, you'll learn more about how the GPU aids the CPU by taking on multiple intricate tasks at the same ti …

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What is I/O (Input/Output)?

What is I/O?

Computers have enabled the rapid exchange of information across networks to other devices. Computers help take in data, process its contents, and then send it back out. I/O (input/output) allows this process to continue over and over again in real-time. In this blog, you'll learn more …

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What is a Chassis?

What is a chassis?

The exterior case of a computer is formally known as a chassis, guarding the interior of a computer from damage. In this blog, you'll learn more about what a chassis is and how it helps protect a computer's critical parts and components across different environments.

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What is SWaP-C?

Throughout the military, commercial, and industrial landscape, there is a need for computers to be optimized for size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C). Learn what SWaP-C is and why it is an integral part of crafting computing solutions for a wide array of environments across the mode …

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What is BIOS (Basic Input/Output System)?

What is BIOS?

Right after a computer is turned on, it is important to make sure that there are no issues with hardware that could potentially compromise the computer's functionality. In this blog, you'll learn more about what BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is and why it is an integral part of the …

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What is liquid cooling?

When CPUs are operating at maximum capacity, they generate an enormous amount of heat, posing a risk to their critical parts and components. In this blog, you'll learn more about how liquid cooling helps computers avoid overheating and ensures total functionality.

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What is a Heat Sink, and How Does it Work?

What is a heat sink?

A computer's CPU (central processing unit) is often prone to overheating because some of its components overheat, posing risks to the entire computer's functionality. In this blog, you'll learn how heat sinks help protect your computer's CPU from overheating, ensuring maximum efficien …

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5G Edge Computing: What You Need to Know

5G and Edge Computing

Across a wide range of industries, 5G technology is being adopted to enable local data management and rapid data transfer. In this blog, you'll learn more about what 5G is and how it utilizes high-performance edge computing to enhance AI applications closer to the source of data.

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The Ultimate Guide to NICs, DPUs, and IPUs

NICs, IPUs, and DPUs

As the amount of data available on a daily basis increases, high-performance computers must strengthen their ability to communicate data quickly to a network, to parts and components within computers, and within data centers. In this blog, you'll learn more about how NICs, DPUs, and I …

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