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GPUs Power Low-Cost Supercomputer Solution from Nor-Tech

Nor-Tech recently announced low-cost, GPU-powered supercomputer configuration that reduces the HPC purchase cost by 2/3 to 3/4 (about $20,000 less for an 8 GPU server). According to Nor-Tech, the solution is a good fit for nearly all, but not all organizations.

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Bright Computing Collaborates on OpenHPEC Accelerator Suite

Today Curtiss-Wright Corporation announced that its Defense Solutions division is collaborating with leading High Performance Computing software vendor Bright Computing to bring its supercomputing software tools to the embedded Aerospace & Defense market...

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Altair, Intel and Amazon Offer HPC Challenge

For companies looking to test the viability of engineering in the cloud, Altair has teamed with Intel and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer an “HPC Challenge” for product design. In a nutshell, the program provides free cycles on AWS for up to 60 days...

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DDNtool Streamlines File System Monitoring at Oak Ridge

Over at Oak Ridge, Eric Gedenk writes that monitoring the status of complex supercomputer systems is an ongoing challenge. Now, Ross Miller from OLCF has developed DDNtool, which provides a single interface to 72 controllers in near real time. 

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IBM Power Systems Using Ubuntu in Cancer Treatments

IBM Power Systems servers are not something that you'd think to find helping a Ph.D. candidate fight cancer, but that's just the case. Also, the fact that they are running Ubuntu should not surprise anyone.

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