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Hyperion Research HPC Market Briefing Breakfast at SC19

In this video from SC19, Earl Joseph hosts the Hyperion Research HPC Market Briefing Breakfast at SC19. “Our industry experts are the former IDC high performance computing (HPC) analyst team, which remains intact and continues all of its global activities. The group is comprised of the world’s most respected HPC industry analysts who have worked together for more than 25 years.”

Podcast: Full Rundown of SC19 Events in Denver

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team reviews the full list of events leading up to SC19 in Denver. “There’s a lot that happens before the exhibit floor opens on Monday night. Our old pal Rich Brueckner from insideHPC joins us to give us the full rundown. We even have a few parties to tell you about.”

Hyperion Research to host HPC Market Briefing Breakfast at SC19

Hyperion Research will host their HPC Market Briefing Breakfast at SC19. The event takes place Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 7:00-9:00 AM Denver time at the Brown Palace Hotel near the convention center. “You are cordially invited to attend this popular session, but we encourage you to register soon because space is limited and in past years, we haven’t been able to accommodate everyone wanting to attend.”

Hyperion Research Growth Spurs Search for New Hires

Hyperion Research report that their business tracking the worldwide HPC market has grown rapidly since the company was spun out of IDC in 2017, and the company is actively seeking qualified candidates for four additional positions, CEO Earl Joseph said. “Thanks to the extraordinary talent and dedication of our current staff of seven full-time professionals and others who help us in Japan and China, our business has substantially expanded in all three global geographies—the Americas, EMEA and the Asia-Pacific region,” Joseph said. “Existing staff can handle the business we have today, but we need additional talented people to support new opportunities.”

Job of the Week: Senior Research Analyst for New Hardware Technologies at Hyperion Research

Hyperion Research is seeking a Senior Research Analyst for New Hardware Technologies in our Job of the Week. “Working collaboratively with the Hyperion Research team, you will conduct research and produce analyses on new hardware technologies in processors, semiconductors, memory, AI technologies or similar areas. You will help to produce high-level analyses and publications, conduct and manage surveys, interact with clients (domestic and international; academic, corporate and government), and speak at events and briefings.”

Recent Research on using Public Clouds for HPC Workloads

Alex Norton from Hyperion Research gave this talk at the HPC User Forum. “Hyperion Research provides data-driven research, analysis and recommendations for technologies, applications, and markets in high performance computing and emerging technology areas to help organizations worldwide make effective decisions and seize growth opportunities. Research includes market sizing and forecasting, share tracking, segmentation, technology and related trend analysis, and both user & vendor analysis for multi-user technical server technology used for HPC and HPDA (high performance data analysis).”

Run Quantum Codes today with QC Ware Public Beta of Forge

Today quantum startup QC Ware launched the public beta of its Forge cloud service. QC Ware developed Forge to enable large enterprises and public-sector organizations to start building quantum skills and prepare for the potential disruption that quantum computing will bring to the market. “To assist our customers in that exploration, we are spending all of our cycles working on ways to squeeze as much power as possible out of near-term quantum computers, and to bake those methods into Forge.”

Research Findings: HPC-Enabled AI

Steve Conway from Hyperion Research gave this talk at the HPC User Forum. “AI adds fourth branch to the scientific method, inferencing. Inferencing complements theory, experiments and established simulation methods. Essentially, inferencing is the ability to guess, based on incomplete information. At the same time, simulation is becoming much more data intensive with the rise of iterative methods. When inferencing is applied to data intensive simulation, the result is intelligent simulation.”

HPC Market Update from Hyperion Research

In this video from the HPC User Forum at Argonne, Earl Joseph from Hyperion Research presents and HPC Market Update. The company helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community make fact-based decisions on technology purchases and business strategy.

HPC Innovation Excellence Award Showcases Physics-based Scientific Discovery

A collaboration that includes researchers from NERSC was recently honored with an HPC Innovation Excellence Award for their work on “Physics-Based Unsupervised Discovery of Coherent Structures in Spatiotemporal Systems.” The award was presented in June by Hyperion Research during the ISC19 meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.