Analyst firm says the new paradigm will be the basis for exascale computing.
In a recent whitepaper on SGI’s role in the coming wave of data-intensive computing requirements , IDC’s high performance computing (HPC) guru, Steve Conway, presented an overview of how the HPC and “big data” markets are merging in terms of hardware challenges.
While the IaaS market has evolved swiftly, interoperability concerns overwhelm the ability to get onboard with some PaaS offerings.
Caroline shares her experience filming the first <em>’ISC Think Tank Series, hosted by HPCwire’</em> live at ISC ’11 and her thoughts on why capturing an annual “meeting of the minds” between the best and brightest in the industry is important for the HPC community.
IDC presented its overview of the market for high performance computing at the International Supercomputing Conference in Germany this week. Tom Tabor reflects on these trends and predictions in this post from Hamburg.
While on-site installed software is still the norm, IDC predicts rapid growth in SaaS models that will replace traditional software paradigms.
At the SC10 event in New Orleans we were able to capture quite a bit of video, some of which never made it live on the site during the course of the busy week. We wanted to share a few highlights with you–and thank those of you who stopped by the HPCwire/HPCin the Cloud booth to say hello.
IDC report recommends strategic investments to create globally-competitive European HPC market.
Research group IDC has predicted dramatic growth in the server hardware market for both public and private clouds but contends that there will remain stark differences in the adoption of private versus public clouds according to organization type and needs.
Tom Tabor, publisher of HPCwire and HPC in the Cloud, gives his perspective on SC’10, which just celebrated its 25th year with the biggest turnout yet.