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The View from ISC Cloud: Photo Highlights

Nov 3, 2010 |

Last week at the ISC Cloud event in Frankfurt Germany some of the leading figures in the high-performance computing and cloud space met to discuss progress and current challenges as those in HPC consider the cloud for their applications. On site was Tom Tabor, publisher of HPCwire and HPC in the Cloud who took photos, a select few of which we’ll share here.

Top HPC Cloud Luminaries Gather in Germany

Nov 2, 2010 |

Last week leading figures from the HPC and cloud realm gathered in Frankfurt, Germany, for the ISC Cloud Conference, which was organized by the same team that puts together the long-running International Supercomputing Conference each year. The conference drew leading speakers from industry and academia to discuss the challenges, benefits and future of cloud for high-performance computing.

What’s Missing From This Year’s Cloud Circuit

Oct 19, 2010 |

While there are several upcoming events that address both HPC and cloud, there is a notable lack of case studies and balanced, non-vendor-driven discussions about practical implementations–a far more useful topic for those new to the topic or considering the move.

Technical Clouds: Seeding Discovery – An Interview with Microsoft’s Dan Reed

Sep 16, 2010 |

Dan Reed helps drive Microsoft’s long-term technology vision and the associated policy engagement with governments and institutions around the world. He is also responsible for the company’s R&D on parallel and extreme scale computing. In advance of his keynote at ISC Cloud in Frankfurt, Dan answers questions about the future of technical clouds and summarizes key challenges and highlights of the cloud for scientific computing.

Dan Reed Speaks Out on Technical Clouds

Sep 14, 2010 |

Microsoft VP to deliver keynote at upcoming ISC Cloud event.

Amazon’s New HPC in the Cloud: Good Marketing or Real Progress?

Jul 17, 2010 |

Will average real HPC capability computing applications (e.g. in electronic design automation, automotive applications, or finite-element based material analysis) show a big performance improvement over vanilla EC2 instances, especially those which really demand low latency and high bandwidh?