Dr. Lewey Anton reports on who’s jumping ship and moving on up in high performance computing.
Brown University in Rhode Island is seeking an Executive Director for their Center for Computation and Visualization in our Job of the Week.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis is seeking a High Performance Computing specialist in our Job of the Week.
The Blue Brain Project, led by Prof. Henry Markram, is seeking an HPC Software Architect in our Job of the Week.
Fathom 4 in Monterey, California is seeking a Process Improvement Specialist in our Job of the Week.
The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City is seeking a Director of HPC Resources in our Job of the Week.
Storage and data management have arguably become the most important HPC “pain points” already, with access densities a particularly troubling issue. Many HPC sites are doubling their storage capacities every two to three years, but adding capacity does not address the access density, data movement, and related storage issues many HPC buyers face. When this happens, your investments in processing, networking, middleware and applications are choked off by bottlenecks in your storage infrastructure. If you’re looking to maximize throughput of your technical computing infrastructure, storage performance often holds the key. [Read More...]