Today Bright Computing announced that Oldenburg University in Germany has once again chosen to renew its license agreement with Bright Computing. “There were three compelling reasons for Oldenburg to choose to reinvest with Bright,” said Dr. Stefan Harfst, Oldenburg University. “Firstly, Bright helps you to get your HPC environment up and running very quickly. Secondly, Bright makes it incredibly easy to manage your HPC environment which takes a lot of pressure of the IT Services team. Thirdly, Bright is a very robust and reliable, so our team is free to focus on other tasks.”
Today Bright Computing announced expanded collaboration with Huawei across EMEA.
Huawei places win-win collaboration at the heart of our business in Europe,” said Jaco Pesschier, Senior Channel Sales Manager, Huawei West Europe Enterprise Business. “We’re committed to building a partner ecosystem which enables end-users to make the most of new ICT to become leaders in their markets. As our relationship with Bright Computing grows we look forward to a productive and optimistic future working together.”
In this video from the 2016 HPC User Forum in Austin, a select panel of HPC vendors describe their disruptive technologies for high performance computing. Vendors include: Altair, SUSE, ARM, AMD, Ryft, Red Hat, Cray, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “A disruptive innovation is an innovation that creates a new market and value network and eventually disrupts an existing market and value network, displacing established market leading firms, products and alliances.”
“SGI and Bright Computing have been working together for the last year to provide our joint customers with enterprise level clustered infrastructure management software for production supercomputing,” said Gabriel Broner, vice president and general manager of HPC, SGI. “By partnering with Bright Computing, our customers are able to select the cluster management tool that best suits their needs.”
The prevalency of cloud computing has changed the HPC landscape necessaiting HPC management tools that can manage and simplify complex enviornments in order to optimize flexibility and speed. Altair’s new solution PBS Cloud Manager makes it easy to build and manage HPC application stacks.
“Aligning ourselves with an organization like Microsoft further supports our mission of enabling companies to manage their application workloads whether on-premise or in a hybrid or cloud context like Microsoft Azure,” said Gary Tyreman, CEO, Univa. “Univa is working hard to bridge the gap from traditional IT environments to the new hybrid world by helping enterprises reduce complexity and run workloads more efficiently in the cloud.”
Applications are now open for the annual SuperComputing Camp in Colombia. The five-day camp takes place Oct. 16-21 at CIBioFI at Universidad del Valle in Santiago de Cali.
Today ALA Services announced it has acquired Adaptive Computing of Provo, Utah. “Adaptive Computing is adding proven growth expertise and infrastructure through this acquisition by ALA Services,” said Marty Smuin, CEO of Adaptive Computing. “Arthur L. Allen brings deep insights and a proven process he has used to drive success. We look forward to accelerating our business and improving value to our customers by combining ALA’s expertise with Adaptive Computing’s leading technology and great position within the market.”
Today Nor-Tech announced the imminent rollout of clusters integrated with the Intel HPC Orchestrator. HPC Orchestrator is a licensed, value-add version of OpenHPC that will be supported by Intel and Nor-Tech.
Altair’s new Data Center GPU Management Tool is now available to Nvidia HPC Customers. With the wide adoption of Graphics Processing Units, customers are addressing vital work in fields including artificial intelligence, deep learning, self-driving cars, and virtual reality now have the ability to improve the speed and reliability of their computations through a new technology collaboration with Altair to integrate PBS Professional.