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Internet2 Awards Program Seeks Innovative Applications

May 10, 2013 |

Program provides cash awards up to $10,000 for the best open-source end-user applications deployed on 100G network.

Internet2 Awards Program Seeks Innovative Applications

May 10, 2013 |

Program provides cash awards up to $10,000 for the best open-source end-user applications deployed on 100G network.

HPC Research Rakes in NSF Awards

Jul 21, 2011 |

The National Science Foundation recognized the work of researchers shaping the future of high performance computing.

Introduction to the First Annual HPC in the Cloud Editors’ Choice Awards

Nov 10, 2010 |

This year HPC in the Cloud announced the winners for its first annual Editors’ Choice award, which pulled together our top eight picks for the year, forming not only a “who to watch” list but also recognizing a handful of vendors for their commitment to improving the cloud for scientific and large-scale enterprise users.

2010 Cloud Platform Innovators: Amazon Web Services

Nov 10, 2010 |

While it’s oftentimes worthwhile to present awards to those who are providing a remarkable or innovative service yet still fly under the radar, when it comes to cloud platform leaders, sometimes going with the “obvious” choice is the only option–and for good reason.

More from the 2010 Editors’ Choice Winners Circle; Photo Highlights

Nov 10, 2010 |

This year marked our first Editors’ Choice awards in which we selected a number of vendors who have shown remarkable commitment to the cloud ecosystem via research, outreach and demonstrated service to end users. We leave you with some details on the other winners and some photo highlights from the award presentations.

2010 Cloud Innovation Leader Award: Platform Computing

Nov 9, 2010 |

This year HPC in the Cloud presented its first annual Editors’ Choice Awards in Santa Clara, California. Platform Computing was selected for one such award due to its long-standing commitment to grids, clusters and the evolution of both into cloud computing.