• AI Transportable Market

    This whitepaper, “AI Transportable Market,” from One Stop Systems, describes how the requirements for AI in the field form a specific and distinct segment in the big, fast-growing edge computing market, separate from the familiar segments of edge data centers and the Internet of Things. One way to describe this emerging segment is “AI Transportables.”

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  • insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data

    This insideHPC technology guide, insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data, discusses how organizations need to adopt a Fusion Computing Model to meet the needs of processing, analyzing, and storing the data to no longer be static.

  • HPE Buys Startup Open Source ML-HPC Platform Determined AI

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced that it has acquired Determined AI, a San Francisco-based startup with a software stack designed to train AI models faster using its open source machine learning (ML) platform. HPE will combine Determined AI’s \software solution with its AI and high performance computing (HPC) offerings to enable ML engineers to implement and train machine learning models to provide faster and more accurate insights from their [READ MORE…]

  • Ferrari Selects AWS for Graviton-based Instances for HPC, AI

    Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) has been selected by Ferrari S.p.A.’s for cloud-based machine learning, HPC and artificial intelligence. Ferrari said it will utilize AWS’s analytics, machine learning compute, storage and database capabilities for car design and insight into road and track performance. Ferrari will leverage Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), with specialized instance types for high performance computing (HPC), to run simulations that test car performance under various [READ MORE…]

  • HPE Reference Architecture for SAS 9.4 on HPE Superdome Flex 280 and HPE Primera Storage

    This Reference Architecture highlights the key findings and demonstrated scalability when running SAS® 9.4 using the Mixed Analytics Workload running on HPE Superdome Flex 280 Server and HPE Primera Storage. These results demonstrate that the combination of the HPE Superdome Flex 280 Server and HPE Primera Storage with SAS 9.4 delivers up to 20GB/s of sustained throughput, up to a 2x performance improvement from the previous server and storage generation [READ MORE…]

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Using Workstations To Reshape Your Artificial Intelligence Infrastructure

The study results summarized in this white paper show that firms are already using workstations to lower the cost, increase the security, and speed up their AI infrastructure. The addition of workstations into a firms AI workflow allows servers and cloud platforms to be tasked with business cases that require more robust computing while workstations take on tasks with longer time frames and smaller budgets.

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Industry Perspectives

  • insideHPC Special Report: Citizens Benefit from Public/Private Partnerships – Part 3

    This special report sponsored by Dell Technologies, takes a look at how now more than ever, agencies from all levels of government are teaming with private Information Technology (IT) organizations to leverage AI and HPC to create and implement solutions that not only increase safety for all, but also provide a more streamlined and modern experience for citizens.

  • insideHPC Special Report: Citizens Benefit from Public/Private Partnerships – Part 2

    This special report sponsored by Dell Technologies, takes a look at how now more than ever, agencies from all levels of government are teaming with private Information Technology (IT) organizations to leverage AI and HPC to create and implement solutions that not only increase safety for all, but also provide a more streamlined and modern experience for citizens.

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  • Data, Data Everywhere–Are You Capturing The Data Gold From Your Facilities?
    In this special guest feature, Michael C. Skurla, Chief Product Officer of Radix IoT, points out that with previously untapped information now at their fingertips, facilities owners and operators are no longer challenged with automating their digitized facilities. They tap into IoT platform solutions to gain valuable big data transformed into actionable insight for a […]

Editor’s Choice

  • 6,000 GPUs: Perlmutter to Deliver 4 Exaflops, Top Spot in AI Supercomputing

    The U.S. National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center today unveiled the Perlmutter HPC system, a beast of a machine powered by 6,159 Nvidia A100 GPUs and delivering 4 exaflops of mixed precision performance. Perlmutter is based on the HPE Cray Shasta platform, including Slingshot interconnect, a heterogeneous system with both GPU-accelerated and CPU-only nodes. The system is being installed in two phases – today’s unveiling is Phase 1, which includes the system’s GPU-accelerated nodes and scratch file system. Phase 2 will add CPU-only nodes later in 2021. “That makes Perlmutter the fastest system on the planet on the 16- and 32-bit [READ MORE…]

  • IBM Doubles Down on 1000+-Qubit Quantum in 2023

    As expectation-setting goes in the technology industry, this is bold. At IBM’s annual Think conference, a senior systems executive reiterated the company’s intent to deliver a 1,121-qubit IBM Quantum Condor processor by 2023. In a video interview with theCUBE, technology publication SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio, IBM GM of systems strategy and development for enterprise security, Jamie Thomas, said the company is on track with its quantum roadmap – though she did not sugarcoat the challenges involved. “In terms of the roadmap around hardware, we put ourselves out there,” said Thomas. “We said we were going to get to over a [READ MORE…]

  • Report: Security Firm Says HPC Clusters under Attack: ‘Level of Sophistication Rarely Seen in Linux Malware’

    This is an updated version of a story first publised on Feb. 1. UK technology industry publication PCR published a story today stating that an international data security firm, ESET, has reported the identification of a malware called Kobalos that targets supercomputing clusters. They also said they have been working with security experts at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research and other organizations on stemming attacks. “Among other targets was a large Asian ISP, a North American endpoint security vendor as well as several privately held servers,” PCR reported.

  • Reading the Intel Tea Leaves: Pat Gelsinger’s HPC Paradox

    As he takes charge of Intel, CEO Pat Gelsinger faces a paradox: his new company is both troubled and a revenue geyser; if Intel is to continue its historical growth rates, he’ll need the skills of a corporate turnaround artist. These contradictions surely apply to Intel’s position in HPC/AI/data center server processors, where the company is both dominant and under siege from innovative, agile competitors cutting into the company’s 90+-percent market share. In HPC, the company is omnipresent, yet its recent failures at the upper reaches of supercomputing have been high-profile embarrassments. At the product level, the company drives innovation [READ MORE…]

  • HPC Predictions 2021: Quantum Beyond Qubits; the Rising Composable and Memory-Centric Tide; Neural Network Explosion; 5G’s Slow March

    Annual technology predictions are like years: some are better than others. Nonetheless, many provide useful insight and serve as the basis for worthwhile discussion. Over the last few months we received a number of HPC and AI predictions for 2021, here are the most interesting and potentially valid. Let’s check in 12 months from now and see how many, along with our wish for a speedy pandemic end, come true. Quantum’s Lack of Clarity “Although it seems counterintuitive, the progress made in quantum hardware development over the next year may lead to more uncertainties within the quantum industry rather than [READ MORE…]

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