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Cloud Based Supercomputers – the Next Big thing

February 1, 2013 By Vedic-Words Software specialized for Cloud computing is all set to revolutionize the world of super computers.  Building a super computer by adding together many CPUs and memory is one side of the story but software is often the unseen force behind a high-powered super powered computer. To be honest, however mighty […]

Where Will Cloud Computing Move Next? – Cloud Journal

By Shelley DuBois (from CNN Money.) “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 processing power of 500,000 laptops. All that computing might is for naught without software capable of managing […]

HPC in the cloud – IT World Canada

By:  Nestor E. Arellano  On: 30 Jan 2013 For: ComputerWorld Canada   Under the right conditions, high-performance computing can thrive in the cloud When organizations have some critical, mega data crunching tasks on their laps, high-performance computers are typically their weapon of choice. Supercomputers are well known for turning over computing intensive assignments on very tight schedules, but […]

Adaptive Computing Powers Fastest and Most Efficient Supers on the Planet – InsideHPC

This week Adaptive Computing announced that its workload management software powers the #1 systems on the TOP500 and Green500 lists. At #1 on the TOP500, the 17.59 Petaflop Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge is a hybrid system powered by 299,008 AMD Opteron cores and 18,688 Tesla K20X GPUs. ORNL uses Adaptive Computing’s Moab HPC Suite […]

Adaptive Claims Edge on Private Cloud Patents – Cloud Computing Journal

By Maureen O’Gara January 23, 2013 CEO attributes the phenomenal cloud growth Adaptive has seen in 2012 to “being first-to-market in many core concepts” Adaptive Computing, which just got a dozen new cloud patents from the US Patent and Trademark Office, figures it’s got one of the largest private cloud patent portfolios around. It also […]

Adaptive Computing Partners with Cray – Dataversity

By Angela Guess January 17, 2013 An article out of the company reports, “Adaptive Computing, the largest provider of High-Performance Computing (HPC) workload management and private cloud management software, today announced that it will work with Cray Inc. to manage computing workloads for the North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN). Using its Moab HPC Suite, Adaptive Computing […]

North-German Supercomputing Alliance to be managed using Adaptive Computing Moab – Datacenter Dynamics

Announcement: Cray XC30 supercomputing system of more than 6,500 network sockets 15 January 2013 by Ambrose McNevin - DatacenterDynamics Adaptive Computing, a US based High-Performance Computing (HPC) workload management and private cloud management software supplier, will work with Cray Inc. to manage computing workloads for the North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN). Using its Moab HPC Suite, Adaptive Computing is […]

Taking scientific visualisation to new heights – Scientific Computing World

4 February 2013 Chad Harrington, VP of marketing at Adaptive Computing, reflects on visualisation workloads It doesn’t take a pair of rose-coloured aviator glasses to visualise this scenario: imagine you’re an aerodynamics engineer and you’re scanning a 3D simulation of your latest concept plane. You pan, zoom and otherwise manipulate the simulation that visualises airflow around […]

How to Build a Private Cloud: Advice from the Experts – Datamation

January 7, 2013 By Jeff Vance   For many enterprises, the safest on-ramp to cloud computing is to build a private cloud. Private clouds don’t have as many security, compliance and data-ownership challenges as public ones, but they are not risk free. Legacy environments, cost overruns and application performance can all undermine your private cloud […]

Interview: Managing HLRN Cray Cascade Systems with Moab – InsideHPC

This week Adaptive Computing announced that the HLRN Consortium in Germany will be using Moab to manage its new Cray Cascade supercomputers. To learn more I caught up with Wolfgang Dreyer, Lee Carter, and Chad Harrington from Adaptive. insideHPC: This win at HLRN in Germany is part of a ongoing relationship. How long has the […]