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Atos Acquires HPC Cloud Platform Provider Nimbix

Last month, Agnès Boudot, SVP, head of HPC & Quantum at Atos, told us — without sharing details — that the company’s global strategy includes expansion into the U.S. market. At least part of that strategy was revealed today with the news that Atos has acquired long-time high-performance computing cloud platform provider Nimbix. Established in 2010 […]

Quantum Computing Inc. Lists Shares on Nasdaq Exchange

LEESBURG, Va., July 14, 2021 — Quantum Computing Inc. (the “company” or “QCI”) (OTCQB: QUBT) (Nasdaq: QUBT), focused on bridging classical HPC and quantum computing, has listed its shares to the Nasdaq Capital Market. With the opening bell, QCI will become one of the few pure-play quantum software companies to list on the Nasdaq exchange. […]

Platform9 Unveils First Managed KubeVirt Solution to Unify Virtual Machines and Kubernetes Stacks 

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, July 13, 2021 — Platform9, maker of open-source, private, edge and hybrid cloud-native technologies that offers enterprises an  SaaS management plane for Kubernetes, today announced the launch of Platform9 Managed KubeVirt. Platform9 Managed KubeVirt (PMK) is the industry’s first managed KubeVirt solution to offer a unified platform to run virtual machines (VMs) […]

Quantum Computing Inc. and IPQ Partner on Clinical Trials and Diagnostics Strategies

Leesburg, Va., July 13, 2021 — Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI) (OTCQB: QUBT), a company working to bridge classical and quantum computing, today announced a partnership with IPQ Analytics, LLC (IPQ), a life sciences and healthcare analytics company that provides solutions for diagnostics and clinical trial outcomes. Through the partnership, IPQ will analyze data to generate […]

Pentagon Document Shows HPC Key to DoD’s Post-JEDI Cloud Strategy; Early Co-favorites: AWS and Azure

The Pentagon’s cancellation of the $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract won in 2019 by Microsoft – the biggest tech story of the week and surely one of the biggest of the year – has major implications for the HPC and Big AI sectors. Though just what they are or will be is, for now, […]

Qumulo Expands Cloud Q Offering with Qumulo on Azure as a Service

July 07, 2021, SEATTLE — Qumulo, provider of solutions focused on enterprise unstructured data management across hybrid-cloud environments, today announced Qumulo on Azure as a Service (QaaS), a petabyte-scale file data management platform in the cloud designed to be delivered with the simplicity of a managed service. Customers can now set up a petabyte-scale file […]

HPE at ISC: ‘Perform Like a Supercomputer, Run Like a Cloud’

Since we last saw HPE at ISC a year ago, the company embarked on a strong run of success in HPC and supercomputing – successes the company will no doubt be happy to discuss at virtual ISC 2021. This being the year of exascale, HPE is likely to put toward the top of its list […]

NVIDIA Launches AI LaunchPad: AI Enterprise Infrastructure

NVIDIA today unveiled NVIDIA AI LaunchPad, a program delivered through hybrid-cloud providers designed to give enterprises access to NVIDIA-powered AI infrastructure and software. Digital infrastructure company Equinix will be the first in the AI LaunchPad program, providing NVIDIA-powered hybrid-cloud solutions globally on Platform Equinix. NVIDIA said the Equinix infrastructure deploys in minutes, “allowing enterprises to access […]

Dataiku Launches in AWS Marketplace

NEW YORK — AI and machine learning platform Daitaku announced today that it is available in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors designed to make it easy to find, test, buy and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS). This availability lets AWS customers […]

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 […]