Category Archives: insideHPC

  • Interview: Univa Steps Up with NAVOPS 2.0 for moving HPC Workloads to the Cloud

    Today Univa announced the newest release of its popular Navops Launch cloud-automation platform. Navops Launch 2.0 delivers new capabilities to help simplify the migration of enterprise HPC workloads to the cloud, enabling enterprises to transition HPC workloads to the cloud while reducing costs by 30-40 percent. To learn more, we caught up with Univa CEO Gary Tyreman. insideHPC: With this…

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  • 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. Our industry experts are the former IDC high performance computing (HPC) analyst team, which remains intact and continues…

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  • Podcast: HPC & AI Convergence Enables AI Workload Innovation

    In this Conversations in the Cloud podcast, Esther Baldwin from Intel describes how the convergence of HPC and AI is driving innovation. On the topic of HPC & AI converged clusters, there’s a perception that if you want to do AI, you must stand up a separate cluster, which Esther notes is not true. Existing HPC…

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  • Singularity Enterprise to Accelerate Adoption of Containers with Cryptographically Verifiable Trust

    Today Sylabs announced that Singularity Enterprise is now generally available as a self-hosted offering, making it faster and easier for businesses to adopt containerization across their production environments. In private beta since April of this year, Singularity Enterprise has grabbed the attention of DevOps and IT infrastructure teams at leading businesses and government organizations for expediting containerized…

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  • Running AI and HPC Workloads Together on Existing Infrastructure Enhances Return on System Investments

    Because HPC technologies today offer substantially more power and speed than their legacy predecessors, enterprises and research institutions benefit from combining AI and HPC workloads on a single system. This approach increases the cost-efficiency of existing infrastructure investments by accelerating breakthrough scientific discoveries, shortening the time needed to bring new products to market, and offering…

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  • Registration Opens for HPC User Forums in Switzerland and Scotland

    Registration is now open for a pair of HPC User Forum events coming up in October. The first event takes place Oct. 7-8 at CSCS in Lugano and the second event takes place Oct. 10-11 at EPCC in Edinburgh. The HPC User Forum Steering Committee and Hyperion Research invite interested HPC community members to reserve a seat at one or both HPC…

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