Lenovo TruScale still in the starting blocks, substantial expansion on the way
Two years ago Lenovo introduced TruScale. With TruScale, Lenovo no longer sells its data center products through a CAPEX model where the hardware is paid for in full, but through an as-a-service model. Companies pay monthly for the hardware they use. Eventually, Lenovo TruScale should become availa... Read more
Nvidia expands Omniverse portfolio and introduces HPC platform
Nvidia recently expanded the Omniverse portfolio to improve its effectiveness for scientific research. In addition, the chip giant introduced a new HPC platform for transfers of scientific data. Finally, Nvidia announced two quantum computing solutions.
The chip giant is expanding its capabiliti... Read more
Dell Technologies expands HPC offering with servers and APEX tools
Dell Technologies expanded its high-performance Computing (HPC) portfolio with new PowerEdge servers and several solutions in its everything-as-a-service APEX suite.
With the new solutions, the organization aims to give companies the same HPC capabilities that have only been available to governm... Read more
Gigabyte launches G492-PD0, powerful Arm server
Gigabyte introduces the G492-PD0, a server based on Ampere Altra CPUs and Nvidia A100 GPUs. The model is suited for AI and high performance computing (HPC) workloads.
Most HPC servers run on Intel x86 processors. The G492-PD0 differs from the norm. The release features two Arm processor options,... Read more
Barcelona sets the trend for “data-driven” city planning
The city is using the "digital twin" concept aims to avoid mistakes and optimize results.
Barcelona is using the MareNostrum supercomputer to analyze how to improve city planning in Barcelona, according to a report in POLITICO. Located in the deconsecrated Torre Girona chapel, this supercompute... Read more
HPE will build a new HPC factory in the Czech Republic
HPE has announced a considerable investment in sovereign European computing: its first European plant, based in the Czech Republic and focused on producing next-generation HPE systems for HPC and AI applications, a week ahead of ISC High Performance 2022 (scheduled to be hosted in Hamburg, Germany)... Read more
NetApp and Nvidia enhance turnkey supercomputing infrastructure
The joint offering provides a new infrastructure for HPC and AI.
This week, NetApp announced that its EF600 all-flash NVMe storage combined with the BeeGFS parallel file system is now certified for NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD. The latter is an AI data center infrastructure platform, which is now optimiz... Read more
Lenovo launches TruScale High Performance Computing as a Service
Lenovo is introducing TruScale High Performance Computing as a Service (HPCaaS). Thereby, the organization moves to compete with Dell and HPE, two established HPCaaS providers.
HPCaaS products provide high-performance computing power on a subscription basis. HPE GreenLake HPC and Dell Apex HPC a... Read more
AWS now offers HPC instances as a cloud-based service
AWS has unveiled instances that allow customers to run High-Performance Computing (HPC) workloads. The so-called Amazon EC2 Hpc6a instances feature the latest AMD EPYC processors.
Amazon EC2 Hpc6a instances are designed to solve complex academic, scientific and business problems. AWS claims that... Read more
Nvidia adds cluster management with Bright Computing
Nvida has acquired Bright Computing, a company dedicated to managing High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. The acquisition promises customers more options for accelerated computing.
Bright Computing's software automates the large-scale management of HPC clusters. For this purpose, the softwa... Read more