Evolving HPC Cloud: Catching Up with Amazon Web Services’ Ian Colle

December 7, 2022

Ahead of SC22 in Dallas last month, I met up virtually with Ian Colle, general manager of high performance computing at Amazon Web Services. In this fast-paced Read more…

AWS Introduces a Flurry of New EC2 Instances at re:Invent

November 30, 2022

AWS has announced three new Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances powered by AWS-designed chips, as well as several new Intel-powered instances Read more…

Nvidia Adds Rescale Software Stack to AI Cloud Computing

November 9, 2022

Nvidia does not have all the internal pieces to build out its massive AI computing empire, so it is enlisting software and hardware partners to scale its so-called AI factories in the cloud. The chip maker's latest partnership is with Rescale, which provides the middleware to orchestrate high-performance computing workloads on public and... Read more…

HPE Adapting New Server Hardware to Changing Cloud Models

November 1, 2022

Server hardware has taken a backseat to software-defined virtual machines handling datacenter workloads, but HPE is emphasizing the importance of hardware in these virtual operating models. HPE created waves when it released the next-generation ProLiant Gen11 servers with a flagship server based on Arm CPUs, which sent a strong... Read more…

Oracle Providing a Ground to Fuel Nvidia’s Subscription Revenue

October 18, 2022

Oracle is bringing Nvidia's AI Enterprise software suite alongside thousands of its latest GPUs to its cloud infrastructure, which could fuel the chipmaker’s Read more…

University of Bath Launches Azure-Based ‘Nimbus’ Cloud Supercomputer

October 13, 2022

The University of Bath has launched a new, cloud-based supercomputer, Nimbus, which the university is calling the “central pillar” of its new portfolio of c Read more…

Dell Teases High-Performance Computing for Its Apex Multicloud Services

October 13, 2022

Dell may have inadvertently revealed that it has high-performance computing services on its roadmap for its Apex multicloud services. "If I was looking downstream I'd look for Apex versions of HPC," said Jeff Clarke, vice chairman and co-chief operating officer at Dell, in a press conference... Read more…

Microsoft Rolls Out Ampere Altra Arm CPUs in Azure

April 5, 2022

There was a time when “the cloud” ran on pretty vanilla x86 architecture, save for boutique firms like Nimbix (acquired by Atos last year) that pioneered the use of then-exotic hardware like GPUs and FPGAs and other Intel alternatives. If further evidence was needed of the... Read more…

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