Predictive Analytics Driving a Medical Revolution

September 23, 2013

"Today you buy Tylenol (500mg for almost everyone), but it doesn’t positively impact everybody because genetically we are all different,” says Rajiv Nema, Director of Marketing at SAP (HANA, Mobile Innovations). “$70B is spent on cancer medicine in the United States alone, and 40% – almost $30B – of that is wasted because the medicine does not positively impact the patient. " Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

Gain Control of Your Software Licensing Expenses

May 17, 2013

Ask any IT engineering organization and they will tell you software has transformed their business, enabling them to run simulations more efficiently to automating design verification processes.  The result is organizations are more competitive by delivering products to market faster and for less cost. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

SC12: Supercomputing with a Helping of Cloud

November 12, 2012

The SC12 technical forum schedule is impressive for the quality and depth of content and the sheer scope of subjects covered, however this same depth and scope can make it daunting to wade through. For that reason, HPC in the Cloud has pared the list down to the sessions that promise the most relevance to the HPC cloud and grid computing community. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

The Number Three and its Relation to Grid Engine

September 18, 2012

Three is an amazing number, being the first odd prime number, the number of days in a typical long weekend and the largest number still written with as many lines as the number represents in languages that use glyphs such as Mandarin. Perhaps what is not so well known is the relationship between the number 3 and Grid Engine. Let’s consider the top 3 relationships of the number 3 and Grid Engine in this article. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

Songnian Zhou on Combining Platform Computing with IBM

October 21, 2011

Platform CEO Songnian Zhou discusses the evolution of distributed computing as it relates to the acquisition of the company by IBM. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

IBM Stands on Platform to Reach HPC

October 12, 2011

Platform Computing came under new ownership this week as IBM took charge of the Toronto-based company and its ability to find new inroads to technical computing markets. Platform's HPC-tuned cloud and grid management software rounds out IBM's portfolio, and offers Big Blue some new opportunities to find new business in HPC--clusters, grids, clouds and beyond... Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

Accelerating Discovery by Outsourcing the Mundane: An Interview with Ian Foster

August 29, 2011

ISC Cloud Conference Chairman Wolfgang Gentzsch spoke with Ian Foster, Director of the Computation Institute, a joint institute of the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory about an upcoming talk he is set to give about how cloud computing tools can keep science moving forward faster than ever.<br /> Read more…

By Wolfgang Gentzsch

The Power of Commercial Support for Open Core Products: Tata Steel Automotive Engineering

August 22, 2011

Like most business savvy customers, Tata Steel Automotive Engineering continuously monitors operational costs in an effort to guarantee they are receiving quality solutions, at cost-effective prices. When Tata Steel originally sought a workload management solution, Grid Engine was the perfect fit as an open-source solution. However, self-support solutions often contain hidden costs and risks, which lead TSAE to evolve from an open source solution to a commercial product with commercial sup­port and an open source core, from Univa Corporation. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

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