Daily Archive: Wednesday, April 26, 2017

IBM, Stone Ridge Technology, Nvidia Break Supercomputing Record

It’s no secret that GPUs are inherently better than CPUs for complex parallel workloads. IBM’s latest collaborative effort with Stone Ridge Technology and Nvidia shined a light on the efficiency and performance gains for reservoir simulations used in oil and gas exploration. The oil and gas exploration industry operates on the cutting edge of computing

NanaWall Systems to Debut “cero” at AIA Conference 2017

Cero produces clean, uniform, and ultra-thin lines for maximum light filled spaces that connect the interior to the exterior. We are proud to debut our new cero sliding glass wall system at AIA, giving architects and designers the opportunity to create maximum light-filled spaces for their clients in both the residential and commercial markets.

Roasted Potatoes – Orange County Register

Roasted potatoes aren’t much work, especially if the spuds are left unpeeled. This foolproof version is from Ina Garten’s newest book, “Cooking for Jeffrey” (Clarkson Potter, $35). Skin-on, yellow-fleshed Yukon Gold potatoes are quickly cut into 1-inch cubes and tossed with garlic, fresh rosemary sprigs, sliced lemons and olive oil. The classic Italian flavor profile