Tag: software

Computer Program Learns Games by Watching People

Jul 11, 2012 |

Computer scientist builds intelligent machine with single-core laptop and some slick algorithms.

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HP Jettisons 8 Percent of Workforce, Refocuses Priorities

May 24, 2012 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/HP_headquarters_logo.jpg” alt=”” width=”99″ height=”84″ />This week HP announced it will slash 27,000 workers from the payroll over the next couple of years as part of a company-wide restructuring. When complete, the effort is expected to generate between $3.0 to $3.5 billion of savings per year. The workforce reduction is the largest in the company’s 73-year history and reflects how far HP has drifted into unprofitable businesses.

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China Supercharges Cloud Centers

Mar 29, 2012 |

Despite the red curtain, China’s cloud computing aspirations are no secret.

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Unified Computing Pioneer Transforms Business Model

Feb 20, 2012 |

CEO Pete Manca details Egenera’s unusual journey from hardware vendor to software provider.

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HPC Going Embedded

Dec 1, 2011 |

High performance is not just for supercomputing.

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ACP, Atipa Client Portal, free to Atipa Cluster owners

Nov 21, 2011 |

In realization of today’s rapid technology changes and need for a clustering record keeping system for clients’ use, Atipa Technologies, a Kansas-based company, developed a support tracking software for Atipa cluster owners. Atipa Client Portal (ACP) is versatile technical-information tracking software for organizing knowledge and managing a customer’s interactions with Atipa’s technical support group. ACP is free with the purchase of any Atipa cluster.

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HPC Bests Physicians in Matching Heart Transplant Donors and Recipients

Sep 13, 2011 |

Health care analytics is an emerging application area that promises to help cut costs and provide better patient outcomes. To reach that goal though requires sophisticated software that can mimic some of the intelligence of real live physicians. In Sweden, researchers are attempting to do just that by building a model of heart-transplant recipients and donors to improve survival times.

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Exascale: Power Is Not the Problem!

Aug 29, 2011 |

To build exascale systems, power is probably the biggest technical hurdle on the hardware side. In terms of getting to exascale computing, demonstrating the value of supercomputing to funders and the public is a more urgent challenge. But the top roadblock for realizing the potential benefits from exascale is software.

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SGI Folds In CFD Business

Aug 16, 2011 |

If you are a user of computational fluid dynamics and thought the CFD world begins with ANSYS Fluent and ends with CEI EnSight, that could soon change. SGI has acquired OpenCFD Ltd, a UK-based company that offers an open source CFD package with the name of OpenFOAM. The idea is to bring CFD software to a much wider audience while generating extra revenue with value-added products and services.

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Sounding the Bullhorn for Europe’s Tech Future

Jul 19, 2011 |

During the International Supercomputing Conference, Bull’s Matthew Foxton sounded an alarm bell for the European supercomputing community with his statement that all the R&D will not prove useful to Europe’s future without a solid investment in the “D”–not just the “R”.

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