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NXP Semiconductors Selects AWS for EDA

SEATTLE– Oct. 14, 2021 — Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that NXP Semiconductors N.V. has selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider and is migrating the vast majority of its electronic design automation (EDA) workloads from NXP data centers to AWS. Running on the cloud is designed to extend NXP’s efficiency and competitive edge […]

Call for Participation: HPC PRACE Winter School

The Inter University Computing Centre (IUCC) in Israel and Amazon Web Services have joined forces to train researchers and research software engineers (RSEs) in the use of AWS for high performance computing (HPC) at the PRACE Winter School, 7-9 December 2021. The organizations have issued a call for participation. PRACE (the Partnership for Advanced Computing […]

Amazon Names Adam Selipsky Next AWS CEO

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy told AWS employees in an email today that Adam Selipsky will be the new CEO of the behemoth public cloud services provider. In so doing, Selipsky takes the post held until January by Jassy, who was promoted to Amazon CEO after company founder Jeff Bezos announced he was stepping aside to […]

TotalCAE Achieves AWS High Performance Computing Competency Status

PLYMOUTH, Michigan, March 4, 2021 – TotalCAE, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) High Performance Computing (HPC) Competency status. This designation recognizes that TotalCAE has demonstrated deep experience helping customers optimize their HPC workloads for performance and efficiency with the elasticity and scalability of AWS. AWS launched the AWS HPC Competency […]

Intel Achieves AWS High Performance Computing Competency Status

Intel has announced it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) High Performance Computing (HPC) Competency status. This designation recognizes that Intel has demonstrated deep experience helping customers optimize their HPC workloads for performance and efficiency using AWS’s elastic and scalable cloud infrastructure. “HPC has been key to solving the most complex problems in every industry and […]

Pure Storage Announces Pure as-a-Service in AWS

Mountain View, Calif. – December 15, 2020 — Pure Storage (NYSE: PSTG) today announced the availability of Pure as-a-Service in AWS Marketplace and a new Cloud Block Store Efficiency Guarantee program. Pure Storage works with AWS to drive applications that run across AWS Regions and AWS Outposts and leverage the agility and innovation of private, edge, SaaS and clouds simultaneously. Today’s announcements are […]

Qumulo Launches on AWS Outposts for File Storage and Data Management

SEATTLE – Sept. 15, 2020 – Qumulo, a cloud file data platform that helps organizations store and manage file data, today announced availability on AWS Outposts. AWS Outposts is a managed service that extends Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure, AWS services, APIs, and tools to any datacenter, co-location space, or on-premises facility and is designed for […]

AWS: GA of Arm-based Instances Boost Price/Performance 40% for HPC, Inferencing Workloads

Launched last December, Amazon Web Services today announced general availability of its sixth generation of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, with three new instances powered by AWS-designed, Arm-based Graviton2 processors, that the company said delivers 40 percent better price/performance over current x86-based instances.

Democratizing High Performance Computing: HPC Clusters — When you Need Them, How You Need Them and Where You Need Them

This sponsored post from Amazon Web Services’ Bala Thekkedath unpacks how deploying HPC clusters in the cloud gives you the freedom to get started when you want, and with the resources you want.  

Innovation Unbound: What Would You do with a Million Cores?

In this sponsored post from Ian Colle, General Manager-AWS Batch and HPC, for Amazon Web Services, he explores how we are always looking for resources to “do everything we want to do.” What if the number of cores were virtually unlimited?