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Primeur weekly 2018-05-07

Quantum computing

Portland State receives NSF grant to battle cyber-security threats ...

Picking one photon out of the flow ...

Focus on Europe

Spring 2018 edition of the e-IRG Magazine available ...

Middleware

Software System Award honours Project Jupyter Team ...

Hardware

Cray reports first quarter 2018 financial results ...

Cavium announces ThunderX2 general availability ...

NetSpeed and Esperanto partner to power SoCs for Artificial Intelligence ...

UltraSoC analytics IP selected by Esperanto Technologies for RISC-V many-core parallel processing in AI and ML applications ...

Design for magneto-electric device may improve your memory ...

Cavium announces availability of driver to support NVMe over fibre channel ...

Supermicro launches new look all-flash 1U server with 256TB of hot-swap NVMe optimized Intel "Ruler" drives ...

Applications

CIRES expert and NIST colleagues discover electroplated rhenium's unexpected superconductive characteristics ...

Supercomputer simulations reveal new "Achilles heel" in dengue virus ...

Nanodiamond turns into controllable light source ...

Catching mantle plumes by their magma tails - Deep Earth imaging supported by XSEDE resources ...

Nine research teams receive GLCPC allocations on Blue Waters ...

NCSA announces 2018-19 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows ...

Eni achieves breakthrough in oil & gas reservoir numerical modelling with HPC4 supercomputer ...

The Cloud

Cisco sets new standard for production grade Kubernetes, enabling enterprises to confidently deliver technology innovation faster with AppDynamics and Cisco CloudCenter ...

Bright Computing signs X-ISS as reseller and services partner ...

Bright Computing signs X-ISS as reseller and services partner


3 May 2018 San Jose - Bright Computing, a global expert in cluster and Cloud infrastructure automation software, has signed a reseller and services partnership agreement with X-ISS.

X-ISS is a privately-owned company that specializes in providing management services and analytics solutions for High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster systems. They work with customers to integrate, manage, and maintain HPC cluster systems, as well as monitor, report, and deliver analytics that are important to HPC users. These solutions include: ProjectHPC for vendor neutral cluster installation and configuration services; ManagedHPC for full-service remote cluster management services; CloudHPC for helping bring the Cloud elasticity to on-premise clusters; and DecisionHPC for insightful business analytics that allow customers to keep their clusters operating at maximum efficiency.

X-ISS, together with Bright Computing, delivers solutions for HPC clusters and keeps them running smoothly, to enable Bright Computing customers to focus on their mission critical work.

Jim Decker, Senior Account Manager at X-ISS commented: "When a customer is looking to increase throughput using HPC, one of the biggest roadblocks is the ability to deploy and manage the cluster. Internal IT and Engineers typically do not have the skill to do so. By partnering with Bright, X-ISS offers a turnkey solution where the HPC complexity is hidden from the customer, so the customer can become productive immediately."

For many customers across North America, X-ISS is the trusted single point of responsibility for keeping the cluster fully operational, allowing the customer to move forward confidently with their HPC acquisition or growth.

"Bright shares many common technology partners and customers with X-ISS, so the company is a natural fit for our reseller programme", commented Clemens Engler, Director of Alliances at Bright Computing. "In addition to this, we are excited that X-ISS has become one of Bright's first services partners, to offer our customers support during installation, to help optimize an HPC environment, and to provide valuable training."
Source: Bright Computing

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2018-05-07

Quantum computing

Portland State receives NSF grant to battle cyber-security threats ...

Picking one photon out of the flow ...

Focus on Europe

Spring 2018 edition of the e-IRG Magazine available ...

Middleware

Software System Award honours Project Jupyter Team ...

Hardware

Cray reports first quarter 2018 financial results ...

Cavium announces ThunderX2 general availability ...

NetSpeed and Esperanto partner to power SoCs for Artificial Intelligence ...

UltraSoC analytics IP selected by Esperanto Technologies for RISC-V many-core parallel processing in AI and ML applications ...

Design for magneto-electric device may improve your memory ...

Cavium announces availability of driver to support NVMe over fibre channel ...

Supermicro launches new look all-flash 1U server with 256TB of hot-swap NVMe optimized Intel "Ruler" drives ...

Applications

CIRES expert and NIST colleagues discover electroplated rhenium's unexpected superconductive characteristics ...

Supercomputer simulations reveal new "Achilles heel" in dengue virus ...

Nanodiamond turns into controllable light source ...

Catching mantle plumes by their magma tails - Deep Earth imaging supported by XSEDE resources ...

Nine research teams receive GLCPC allocations on Blue Waters ...

NCSA announces 2018-19 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows ...

Eni achieves breakthrough in oil & gas reservoir numerical modelling with HPC4 supercomputer ...

The Cloud

Cisco sets new standard for production grade Kubernetes, enabling enterprises to confidently deliver technology innovation faster with AppDynamics and Cisco CloudCenter ...

Bright Computing signs X-ISS as reseller and services partner ...