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How SGI Supports Virtual Product Design in Manufacturing

Source: SGI & Intel
Release Date: Aug 13, 2015

As a primary driver for economic growth, the U.S. manufacturing industry continues to spur progress with the help of computer-aided design (CAE) and virtual prototyping technologies. Take an in-depth look at these tools and discover how industry leaders are optimizing production flow, increasing productivity and honing in on a competitive advantage in the global marketplace.

Simplifying HPC to Increase User Productivity

Source: IBM
Release Date: Aug 12, 2015

Is your HPC center maximizing your ROI? Will it adapt to tomorrow’s business demands? Discover a natural interface for meeting goals, capturing insights and maximizing the value of your IT investment while taking a deep dive into the IBM Platform LSF Family.

Improve HPC Performance and Reduce Latency with NVMe SSDs

Source: Silicon Mechanics
Release Date: Jul 7, 2015

With many of today’s HPC workloads struggling to meet their performance and latency targets, organizations are reaching for expensive solutions. What if there’s a better way? Join us as we explore Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSDs – a cost effective solution for boosting HPC performance.

Disruptive Technologies in Energy & Life Sciences

Source: Altair, Bright Computing, EMC, Numascale, and Platfora
Release Date: Mar 24, 2015

This 49-page in-depth report takes a look at how two very different industries are scaling familiar advanced computing concepts to new heights, forcing major players to keep pace in order to remain competitive.

Women Technologists Count

Source: Anita Borg Institute
Release Date: Mar 3, 2015

Download the new Anita Borg Institute paper highlighting recommendations to retain women in computing. The report examines peer-reviewed academic and industry studies, as well as information and best practices from the Top Company Award initiative.

Storage Report: Choosing Storage to Fit the Application

Source: Cray, DDN, HGST, & Panasas
Release Date: Feb 5, 2015

Optimizing a storage solution rarely boils down to just size and cost. Questions of accessibility, size and flexibility as they relate to the unique needs of each organization are defining factors. Explore use cases across a number of sectors to find the storage solutions that best fit your needs.

Read the paper that’s changing the way enterprises see Big Data.

Source: Kx Systems
Release Date: Jan 5, 2015

Proven in finance — the industry with the most demanding time-series data analytics requirements — kdb+ offers enterprises in other industries similar benefits and enhanced technical advantage. But don’t take our word for it: check out the whitepaper.

Cloud-Driven HPC

Source: Amazon Web Services
Release Date: Dec 18, 2014

Learn how Amazon’s HPC cloud offerings are helping to transform organizations of all sizes by accelerating research and time to results without large, long-term infrastructure investments.

Survey Results: Evaluating Advanced Enterprise Technology Risks & Rewards

Source: Adaptive Computing, Cray, NetApp, ScaleMP, Seagate
Release Date: Dec 15, 2014

From industry leaders to national supercomputing centers, there’s no single path to the bleeding edge of information technology. So how do organizations decide which technologies are worth the investment, and how do they make the most of these tools once they’re in hand? Join us as we explore the results from our special Risks and Read more…

Bull exascale program

Bull exascale program: exascale supercomputers designed in Europe

Source: Bull
Release Date: Nov 26, 2014

The exascale generation of supercomputers is required to boost innovation and competitiveness and address a multitude of challenges – most of them at the crossroads where Big Data and HPC meet – related to every aspect of society, including healthcare, climatology, manufacturing and energy. Discover how Bull is rolling out its exascale program, to be Read more…