April 21, 2018

Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.

“Cisco (NYSE: CSCO) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a global collaboration to provide instant Internet of Things (IoT) insight at the edge of the network. Now, businesses and organizations in remote and autonomous locations will be able to tap the combined power of IBM’s Watson IoT and business analytics technologies and Cisco’s edge analytics…

April 21, 2018

Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.

This presentation was about 40% product review, 20% Lustre overview, and 40% technical tutorial overview. There were no new announcements. Points of interest: About 65% of the lines of code in Lustre are provided by Intel. Lustre is used HPC organizations: Manufacturing and Finance stand out. Intel provides three versions of Lustre: Foundation – the…

April 21, 2018

Addison Snell

As published in The Next Platform Seven years ago, it was the end for SGI. The legendary company had gone bankrupt, its remains were up for liquidation, and its relatively few remaining loyal customers were left in limbo. This week, SGI reached a new ending, significantly different from its last one, as HPE announced an…

April 21, 2018

Addison Snell

As published in The Next Platform It’s elastic! It’s on-demand! It scales dynamically to meet your needs! It streamlines your operations, gives you persistent access to data, and it’s always, always cheaper. It’s cloud computing, and it’s here to save your enterprise. And yet, for all the promise of cloud, there are still segments of…

April 21, 2018

Addison Snell

As published in HPCWire A lot can change in ten years. We might move houses or change jobs. Our kids get older (and so do we). If we’re lucky we make new friends, and we’re sad when old ones pass into memory. There are some things we hold onto—our core values, our driving passions—and over…

February 4, 2018

Addison Snell, High Performance Computing, HPC, ISC, ISC High Performance Conference, STEM Student Day

As Published on Top500.org   The whole point of supercomputing is to enable new scientific discovery. The whole point of a conference about supercomputing is to further the conversation about how we’re going to achieve that.   As we march through “peta” toward “exa,” there is no shortage of challenges to be faced. Simply building…

July 9, 2015

Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.

Modest Growth in 2014 Led by Commercial Segments over Academia, Government   SUNNYVALE, CA—July 9, 2015—The worldwide HPC market will grow to reach $36.1 billion in 2019, according to a new report released by Intersect360 Research, “Worldwide High Performance Computing 2014 Total Market Model and 2015–19 Forecast.” The report includes the faster-growing High Performance Business…

July 9, 2015

Addison Snell

More Organizations Can Access Studies Through Partnerships, Reduced Prices   SUNNYVALE, CA—July 9, 2015—Intersect360 Research, an analyst firm focused on high-performance data center markets, including High Performance Computing (HPC), high-performance enterprise, cloud, big data, and hyperscale, today announced it is restructuring access to its research reports in order to allow a greater number of organizations…

November 11, 2014

Addison Snell

Site Will Feature News and Statistics about Worldwide Supercomputing Market   SUNNYVALE, CA—November 11, 2014—Intersect360 Research, a leading industry analyst firm providing market forecasting, research, and consulting for the worldwide High Performance Computing (HPC) market, will be the market research partner of Prometeus GmbH, the promoters of the newly re-launched TOP500 information portal. TOP500, long…

October 2, 2014

New Report Explores the Value of Government Leadership in Supercomputing for Industrial Competitiveness As the United States pursues the next generation of computing (exascale), new software-centered partnerships could be the key to maximizing economic benefits for Americans (Washington, DC) – The Council on Competitiveness (Council) today released Solve. The Exascale Effect: the Benefits of Supercomputing…