Tag: SGI

SGI Snatches Oil and Gas Giant with “Cool” Super

Mar 26, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/icex.jpg” alt=”” width=”94″ height=”83″ />European oil and gas giant, Total, has looked to SGI again to supply a super that meets their modeling and simulation needs–but that is focused on power and cooling. The result, based on the SGI ICE X, should pull a top ten ranking on this year’s Top 500 list–the most powerful commercial….

NetApp, SGI Flex HPC Storage Muscle

Mar 7, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/NetApp_E5500_150x.jpg” alt=”” width=”96″ height=”61″ />NetApp and SGI made simultaneous announcements yesterday of new storage systems specifically targeted at HPC and big data applications. NetApp launched its latest offering in the E-Series line of controllers, the NetApp E5500, and OEM partner SGI adopted the technology for its InfiniteStorage 5600 RAID system.

SGI Supercomputer Takes Twitter’s Pulse

Nov 22, 2012 |

UV 2 system can create heat maps of tweets during hurricanes and elections.

Troubled Supercomputer May Get Split Apart

Aug 29, 2012 |

Three universities are looking to take over New Mexico’s troubled Encanto system.

Australia Goes on Spending Spree in Supercomputing Market

Jul 26, 2012 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/iVEC_HPC_system_small.bmp” alt=”” width=”112″ height=”102″ />While governments in much of the rest of the world are wringing their hands over stagnant or shrinking R&D budgets, Australia is buying up HPC machinery like there is no tomorrow. Just this week, Cray, IBM, and SGI announced supercomputing deals that would send the vendors’ latest and greatest HPC equipment Down Under. In this case, the three systems are headed to various research facilities in New South Wales and Western Australia.

NASA Builds Supercomputing Lab for Earth Scientists

Jul 25, 2012 |

<a href=”http://www.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/2012-07-25/nasa_builds_supercomputing_lab_for_earth_scientists.html” target=”_blank”><img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/NEX_logo.jpg” alt=”” width=”96″ height=”96″ /></a>This week, NASA announced it would soon be launching a new HPC and data facility that will give Earth scientists access to four decades of satellite imagery and other datasets. Known as the NASA Earth Exchange (NEX), the facility is being promoted as a “virtual laboratory” for researchers interested in applying supercomputing resources to studying areas like climate change, soil and vegetation patterns, and other environmental topics.

Stephen Hawking Gets a New Supercomputer

Jul 23, 2012 |

SGI newest shared-memory machine will help uncover the secrets of the universe.

New Mexico to Pull Plug on Encanto, Former Top 5 Supercomputer

Jul 12, 2012 |

State says supercomputing center can’t pay bills to keep machine running.

Supercomputer Sails Through World History

Jun 25, 2012 |

SGI ‘s new UV 2 super swallows Wikipedia and maps the history of the world.

SGI Launches Second Generation UV Supercomputer

Jun 14, 2012 |

The sequel to SGI’s UV supercomputer has arrived. Dubbed UV 2, the new platform doubles the number of cores and quadruples the memory that can be supported under a single system. The product, which will be officially announced next week at the International Supercomputing Conference in Hamburg, represents the first major revision of SGI’s original UV, which the company debuted in 2009.