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Adaptive Computing Attributes Sales Velocity and Success to Act-On – Wall Street Journal Market Watch

Adaptive’s Sales Cycle Accelerates, Showing ROI Within First Month of Act-On Deployment BEAVERTON, OR, Jun 06, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — Act-On Software, a leading provider of cloud-based integrated marketing automation software, today announced that Adaptive Computing, the largest provider of policy-based optimization software for High-Performance Computing (HPC) and private cloud environments, has implemented Act-On […]

Adaptive Computing Named to Red Herring Top 100 Companies in North America – Wall Street Journal Market Watch

Adaptive’s Patented Technologies Increase Compute Utilization Rates, Saving Its Customers Millions of Dollars PROVO, Utah, May 28, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Adaptive Computing, the largest provider of policy-based optimization software for private cloud and High-Performance Computing (HPC) environments, today announced it has been named a Red Herring Top 100 Company in North America for 2013. […]

The Next Generation of Green IT – CIO Insight Blogs

A decade ago, green computing was a concept mostly relegated to a handful of granola-crunching environmentalists who just happened to have the title of CEO slapped in front of their name. Then came the Great Recession, a radical jump in the cost of energy and a younger generation that embraces sustainability. Suddenly, green IT represented […]

A Look at Five HPC Buzzwords – Inside HPC

Over at the Adaptive Computing Blog, Ian Nate writes that five HPC buzwords are dominating the conversation as of late. “We’ve noticed a rise in the use of Energy-Efficient Computing, especially when it comes to HPC and Datacenter. A key factor in the future of large-scale HPC systems, energy efficiency is emerging as likely a […]

Video: Adaptive Computing Named “Cool Vendor” in Cloud Management by Gartner – Inside Cloud

In this video from Moabcon 2013, Robert Clyde and Chad Harrington from Adaptive Computing discuss the company’s recent announcement that Adaptive has been named as a “Cool Vendor” in Cloud Management by Gartner. “We believe to be recognized as a ‘Cool Vendor’ by Gartner for our cloud management technology is confirmation of our pioneering work […]

Middleware Is Cool – HPCwire

There was a quote that made the rounds during Adaptive Computing’s annual user conference, MoabCon, last week in Park City, Utah. Upon his departure from Facebook last year, founder of the social media behemoth’s data analysis team, Jeff Hammerbacher, stated: “The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads…[and] […]

HP uses OpenStack to glue CloudSystems to public clouds

Gradually rolling out Grizzly code on the HP Cloud By Timothy Prickett Morgan Before OpenStack was even an idea, HP had cooked up an all-blade system strategy and some utility computing control software that it merged together into the BladeSystem Matrix. The software in that automated cloud-in-a-box has now evolved. BladeSystem Matrix now includes some […]

The green supercomputer: Adaptive Computing is ensuring fast doesn’t mean wasteful (Venture Beat)

A week ago Roadrunner, the world’s first petaflop supercomputer and still capable of a staggering one quadrillion floating point operations per second, was tossed aside like an old shoe, or the PC you bought in 2007. Five years ago it was the fastest computer on the planet, running nuclear warhead degradation simulations for Los Alamos […]

Video: First Annual Adaptie Awards Honor Moab Users (insideHPC)

In this video from Moabcon 2013, Adaptive Computing CEO Robert A. Clyde presents the first annual Adaptie Awards. “The Adaptie Awards provide a platform to recognize our customers for their cutting-edge achievements in the HPC and cloud communities,” said Rob Clyde, CEO of Adaptive Computing. “The myriad applications of Moab is truly inspiring, and we […]

The Next Revolution in Cloud Computing – Fortune

By Shelley DuBois January 31, 2013 Supercomputers have gotten increasingly powerful, putting a premium on the software needed to run them. FORTUNE — Remember the Titan? No, not the comeback football team. The supercomputer that generated headlines last November for ranking as the world’s fastest. Titan can crunch so many calculations, it has the equivalent […]