Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Friday, December 14, 2018
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Servers in Orbit, Datacenters Not Far Behind

The International Space Station shines a little brighter in the night sky thanks to what amounts to an orbiting supercomputer lofted to the outpost last year as part of ...Full Article

Penguin Computing in $85M Acquisition Deal

If another indication were needed of the explosive growth in cloud services, AI-based workloads and Linux in the enterprise - along with their attractiveness to investors - it’s the ...Full Article

Machine Learning: Scaling Past the Pilot Phase

In a world of cars that drive themselves and robots that do back flips, the fully automated industrial operation remains an aspiration. Limitations in real-time computing, AI and robotics ...Full Article

Exascale for the Rest of Us: exaFLOPS Systems Capable for Industry

Enterprise advanced scale computing – or HPC in the enterprise – is an entity unto itself, situated between (and with characteristics of) conventional enterprise IT, on one side, and ...Full Article

AI Healthcare Revolution: Doctors and Data Fight Chronic Challenges

Data has been declared the world’s most valuable commodity, the new oil of the global economy, the new gold, the new diamonds and rubies, and this holds particularly true ...Full Article

Another GDPR Issue: Impact on Scientific Research

Amid the angst over preparations—or lack thereof—for new European Union data protections entering into force at week’s end is the equally worrisome issue of the rules’ impact on scientific ...Full Article

DoD Insists on Single JEDI Cloud Provider

The Defense Department is sticking to its guns on a plan to award a single, huge contract for cloud computing that would support U.S. military operations. In a report ...Full Article

As Cloud Fight Looms, DoD Sees Some Progress

While vendors jockey for position to win a massive commercial cloud contract with the Defense Department, uptake on an existing military cloud platform is building. Pentagon agencies are shifting ...Full Article

15 Years in 28 Minutes: Eni’s GPU-based HPC4 Speeds Oil Reservoir Simulations

The most powerful supercomputer in commercial use, multinational energy company Eni’s Nvidia GPU-powered HPC4, simulates 15 year’s worth of oil reservoir production in an astounding average of 28 minutes, ...Full Article

See it Now: Streaming Analytics Visualization on Kafka

 In traditional IT, data’s gathered up, stored and analyzed in batch. But in our new, digitally transformed world, we want everything converted to data and analyzed – including reality. ...Full Article
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