Cray and Microsoft today announced they will offer dedicated Cray supercomputers (the XC and CS-Storm lines) inside the Azure platform allowing customers to run their HPC and AI applications alon …
Three HPC practitioners stand at the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution. What do they call “Big Data”? The humorous answer is of course, just “Data,” but the reality is that with …
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