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Watson, IBM's artificially intelligent supercomputer, is known for beating the pants off Jeopardy contestants in trivia.
Cray continues to see an increasing trend in the HPC marketplace that we are calling "data-intensive" supercomputing.
Scientific Computing is excited to be celebrating its 30th year in 2014, and we have a terrific line-up of new things we will be introducing throughout the coming months.
How can organizations embrace - instead of brace for - the rapidly intensifying collision of public and private clouds, HPC environments and Big Data? The current go-to solution for many organizations is to run these technology assets in siloed, specialized environments.
At Cycle Computing we're seeing several large trends as it relates to Big Data and Analytics.
High performance computing has already contributed enormously to scientific innovation, industrial and economic competitiveness, national and regional security, and the quality of human life.
In 2013, the term big data continued to dominate as a source of technology challenges, experimentation and innovation.
If you've been following IBM's moves on the cloud computing front, you may--understandably--be confused.
Dr. Larry Smarr is an astrophysicist turned computer scientist turned healthcare futurist.
If you've ever wanted to learn about the open source operating system, Linux, then you'll want to sign up for this free course from the Linux Foundation, free on edX this summer but normally a program that would cost a couple of thousand dollars.
Join us at the The Houstonian Hotel in Houston, TX, where we will be covering capital sourcing and investment in Houston as well as development across the property types and what to look for in 2014.
The UK Science and Technology Facilities Council and Rogue Wave Software, an independent provider of cross-platform, software development tools and embedded components, have signed a collaboration agreement to work together on software tools to increase significantly the productivity of software development for scientific computing.
Nvidia's CUDA 6 adds support for unified memory models, solving a major bottleneck with tasks that need to operate on both the CPU and the GPU.
Anybody who has been to British chef Heston Blumenthal's world-famous Fat Duck restaurant in the UK village of Bray will know that strange flavours do work together.
The Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology's Eric Schadt joins our experts discussing the untapped potential of data analysis in medicine, education, and elsewhere, along with the pitfalls that may lie ahead.
Workers from the International Systems Technology Company are objecting to offered terms, which, at least according to IBM, give employees a choice between a job with terms that are comparable to what they are receiving or an "equitable severance package."