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Cycle Computing Spins up 50K Cores on AWS for Viral Research

Jason Stowe and the crew from Cycle Computing has upped the Ante once again this week with the announcement that company successfully provisioned a 50,000-core utility supercomputer in the AWS cloud for Schrödinger and Nimbus Discovery to accelerate lead identification via virtual screening. We ran Naga across each of the 7 regions that AWS currently supports, scaling-out...

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Video: Moab Configuration at Indiana University

In this video, Jenett Tillotson from Indiana University presents: Moab Configuration at Indiana University. Recorded at Moab.Con 2012 in Park City, UT.

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Interview: Marc Hamilton on the New HP Cloud Services

In this video, HP’s Marc Hamilton discusses the company’s new HP Cloud Services, which will offer public, private, and HPC compute resources for the enterprise. The service is in Beta until May 10, 2012. Recorded at Moab.Con 2012 in Park City, UT.

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Reaching Exascale with Volunteer Computing?

Over at the ISC Blog, Ad Emmen from Genias Benelux writes about the possibility of building an Exascale computer using volunteer computing. If we adopt this simplistic view, you can reach Exascale computing today! The only thing you need to do is donate your unused computing time by connecting your computer to a volunteer computing grid (you’ll need some 100 million friends to accomplish this mission. It would be risky to...

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SoftLayer Tailors HPC clouds with GPU lining

SoftLayer is getting into the modern hybrid supercomputer racket with the launch of GPU-enhanced server instances. SoftLayer, which is based in Dallas, was founded in 2005 and merged with hosting rival The Planet before being bought up by GI Partners, in 2010.

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