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HPC in the Cloud Research Roundup

Mar 1, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpccloud/abstract_science_200x.jpg” alt=”” width=”100″ height=”56″ />The HPC cloud top research stories of the week have been hand-selected from prominent journals and leading conference proceedings. Items this week include an evaluation of a cloud storage service, an HPC cloud proof-of-concept, and a survey of cloud-based workflows.

HPC in the Cloud Research Roundup

Mar 1, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpccloud/abstract_science_200x.jpg” alt=”” width=”100″ height=”56″ />The HPC cloud top research stories of the week have been hand-selected from prominent journals and leading conference proceedings. Items this week include an evaluation of a cloud storage service, an HPC cloud proof-of-concept, and a survey of cloud-based workflows.

Bill Gates Seeds Cloud-Driven Biopharmaceutical Company

Mar 16, 2011 |

Nimbus, a rising star in the drug discovery sphere has significantly sped its time to market using cloud-based models.

Lessons from the Grid: An Interview with Argonne’s Kate Keahey

Jan 25, 2011 |

In this interview with Kate Keahey from Argonne National Lab, we discuss her background with distributed computing, limitations of the grid, challenges and benefits of cloud computing for HPC and her view on critical elements that the community as a whole—vendor, users, and scientists alike—will need to address as the space matures.

Nimbus Goes After HPC Market with Disk-Priced Flash Array

Jul 20, 2010 |

Nimbus Data Systems has unveiled its new high-density enterprise flash memory system, delivering 10 terabytes of solid state capacity per 2U shelf. The S1000 can scale up to 250 TB per system and is being priced to challenge spinning disk appliances head on. For HPC and other enterprise users looking to turbo-charge performance of terascale-sized data sets, Nimbus offers a compelling case for making the switch to flash technology.