OpenPOWER Reboot – New Director, New Silicon Partners, Leveraging Linux Foundation Connections

Earlier this week the OpenPOWER Foundation announced the contribution of IBM’s A21 Power processor core design to the open source community. Roughly this time last year, IBM announced open sour

By John Russell

Singularity Moves Up the Container Value Chain

The enterprise version of the Singularity HPC container platform released this week by Sylabs is designed to allow users to create, secure and share the high-end containers in self-hosted product

By George Leopold

UC Berkeley Paper Heralds Rise of Serverless Computing in the Cloud – Do You Agree?

Almost exactly ten years to the day from publishing of their widely-read, seminal paper on cloud computing, UC Berkeley researchers have issued another ambitious examination of cloud computing -

By John Russell

Emerging Advanced Scale Tech Trends Focus of Annual Tabor Conference

At Tabor Communications' annual Advanced Scale Forum (ASF) held this week in Austin, the focus was on enterprise adoption of HPC-class technologies and high performance data analytics (HPDA). I

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With HPC and Hyperscale Roots, RStor Aims to ‘Live Above the Clouds’

May 3, 2018

Backed by Cisco and emerging from stealth mode, startup RStor has an ambitious plan to be a true multi-cloud solution, billing its platform as the first to secu Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Rigetti Rolls Out Latest Forest Quantum Developer Environment

February 27, 2018

Rigetti Computing last week reported upgrading its Forest developer environment for quantum computing. Forest provides developers with access to Rigetti’s clo Read more…

By John Russell

Optalysys Optical Co-processor Hits Milestone with GENESYS Project

February 12, 2018

Optalysys, a U.K company seeking to commercialize optical co-processor technology, today announced completion of its Genetic Search System (GENESYS) project con Read more…

By John Russell

IBM Adds V100 GPUs to IBM Cloud; Targets AI, HPC

January 31, 2018

IBM today announced availability of Nvidia V100 GPUs in the IBM Cloud. The move keeps pace with Amazon and Microsoft Azure which also offer V100s and is more ev Read more…

By John Russell

Need Data Science CyberInfrastructure? Check with RENCI’s xDCI Concierge

September 6, 2017

For about a year the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) has been assembling best practices and open source components around data-driven scientific researc Read more…

By John Russell

Bright Computing 8.0 Adds Azure, Expands Machine Learning Support

May 9, 2017

Bright Computing, long a prominent provider of cluster management tools for HPC, today released version 8.0 of Bright Cluster Manager and Bright OpenStack. The Read more…

By John Russell

Penguin Takes a Run at the Big Cloud Providers

April 12, 2017

HPC specialist Penguin Computing recently re-ran benchmarks from a study of its larger brethren and says the results show its ‘public cloud’ – Penguin on Demand (POD) – is among the leaders in cost and performance. Read more…

By John Russell

Van Andel Research Optimizes HPC Pipeline with DDN

February 7, 2017

For more than a decade the swelling output from life sciences experimental instruments has been overwhelming research computing infrastructures intended to supp Read more…

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