George Orwell published his book Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) in 1949. The book still resonates as a political statement, because in the late 1940s, Mr. Orwell envisioned a thought-controlled society made possible by mass media — print, radio and television. Today, social media is a similarly new media. This post is a comparison of Mr. Orwell’s 1984 vision with […]
Posts in category High-Performance Computing (HPC)
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is not just a manufacturer that takes components from Intel and assembles them into systems. The company also has a heritage of innovating, and it was showing off its new datacenter architecture research and development testbed, dubbed The Machine, as 2016 came to a close. (full article)
As the amount of data generated increases, new technology is required to extract value from the data. Join experts from NVIDIA and TIRIAS Research for insights on how to get the most value from data using modern AI technologies. This webinar sponsored by Scientific Computing, Dell EMC, and NVIDIA. (webinar) .
Dell EMC is participating in life sciences markets to help life science experts effectively use complex high performance computing (HPC) data center technologies without also having to become experts in HPC. The Dell EMC HPC System for Life Science is an adaptable system for life science researchers. (full report)
This paper is first of a series that will describe Dell’s high performance computing (HPC) initiatives and product strategy. The focus in this paper is Dell’s HPC System for Research, which enables Dell to understand and serve academic and research institutions that run a multitude of workloads. (full report)