Grace Hopper’s Big Debut in AWS Cloud While Graviton4 Launches

November 29, 2023

Editors Note: Additional Coverage of the AWS-Nvidia 65 Exaflop ‘Ultra-Cluster’ and Graviton4 can be found on our sister site Datanami. Amazon Web Service Read more…

DGX Cloud Is Here: Nvidia’s AI Factory Services Start at $37,000

March 21, 2023

If you are a die-hard Nvidia loyalist, be ready to pay a fortune to use its AI factories in the cloud. Renting the GPU company's DGX Cloud, which is an all-inclusive AI supercomputer in the cloud, starts at $36,999 per instance for a month. The rental includes access to a cloud computer with eight Nvidia H100 or A100 GPUs and 640GB... Read more…

SC21’s Student Cluster Competition Winners Announced

November 19, 2021

SC21 may have been the first major supercomputing conference to return to in-person activities, but not everything returned to the live menu: the Student Cluster Competition – held virtually at ISC 2020, SC20 and ISC 2021 – was again held virtually at SC21. Nevertheless, Students@SC Chair Jay Lofstead took the physical stage at SC21 on Thursday to announce the... Read more…

Using HPC Cloud, Researchers Investigate the COVID-19 Lab Leak Hypothesis

May 27, 2021

At the end of 2019, strange pneumonia cases started cropping up in Wuhan, China. As Wuhan (then China, then the world) scrambled to contain what would, of cours Read more…

Safety Pharmacology: How HPC Cloud Is Accelerating Drug Cardiotoxicity Screening

March 30, 2021

The extraordinarily rapid drug development necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic may have pulled AI- and HPC-accelerated pharmacology into the spotlight, but si Read more…

Google Cloud Nvidia A100 GPU A2 VM Instances Now Generally Available

March 19, 2021

Eight months after making its Nvidia A100 A2 VM cloud services available on Google Cloud as a beta service for customers, Google Cloud has announced that they a Read more…

Oracle Cloud Deepens HPC Embrace with Launch of A100 Instances, Plans for Arm, More 

September 22, 2020

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) continued its steady ramp-up of HPC capabilities today with a flurry of announcements. Topping the list is general availabilit Read more…

Microsoft, Oracle Link Their Clouds

June 6, 2019

Public cloud rivals Microsoft and Oracle are collaborating to allow customers to migrate and run enterprise workloads across each other’s cloud. Market analysts said the partnership illustrates how multi-cloud deployments are creating opportunities for cloud providers to offer services that interoperate with competitors. Read more…

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