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Primeur weekly 2011-08-08

Desktop Grids

Renderfarm.fi wins World Summit Award

CERN supports European Year of Volunteering through Citizen Cyberscience Centre

The Cloud

CA Technologies to acquire Watchmouse B.V.

HP launches global authentication service to fight counterfeit drugs

IBM and Security First Corp. to develop integrated security technology

Intel Labs invests $30 million in the future of Cloud and embedded computing with the opening of latest Intel Science and Technology Centers

Research and Markets to issue 'Cloud Computing - Key Enabler of Smart Grid'

EuroFlash

The International Fusion Energy Research Center selects DataDirect Networks to accelerate development of safe, limitless, and clean energy

Gauss Centre to issue Call for Large-Scale Projects

Discovery of a new magnetic order

Delft success on two-quantum bit detection in Science

Hinditron partners with Bright Computing to deliver world-class HPC solutions in India

Research and Markets to issue 'Data Mining in Grid Computing Environments' - a groundbreaking study

USFlash

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Scientific Director appointed to National Library of Medicine Board of Regents

Evolutionary computation offers flexibility and insight

AMD teams with NYSERDA, HP, and Clarkson University for sustainable data centre energy research

HP introduces special financing programmes for clients with growing storage needs

Georgia Tech proposes Internet consumer nutrition label

NNSA's Cielo supercomputer commences high-resolution 3D weapon simulations

NVIDIA Tesla GPUs used by J.P. Morgan run risk calculations in minutes, not hours

Physicists show that quantum ignorance is hard to expose

Web search is ready for a shake-up, according to University of Washington computer scientist

AMD opens the Throttle on APU performance with updated OpenCL software development kit

Light unlocks fragrance in laboratory

Hinditron partners with Bright Computing to deliver world-class HPC solutions in India

4 Aug 2011 Mumbai - Hinditron, a provider of a broad range of HPC clusters and supercomputing solutions in India, and Bright Computing, an expert in cluster management software, have signed a partnership to serve the high performance computing market in India. Hinditron will offer Bright Cluster Manager as an integral part of their clusters as well as market the product to the vast installed base of HPC systems throughout India.

Hinditron's HPC customers span a wide range of industries across India, including Government R&D Labs, Life Sciences, Engineering, Defense, Aerospace, Academic Institutes and others.

Hinditron has a strong history of successful relationships with computing technology leaders. Currently, Hinditron has partnerships with Cray, Boston/Supermicro, NVIDIA, Altair Engineering, and now Bright Computing, to provide the full range of HPC servers, GPU systems and technical services.

Venkat Ramana, Vice President, Hinditron stated: "Over the last four decades, Hinditron has established a reputation of forming business and technical support alliances with global leaders in their respective areas of specialization. Consistent with this philosophy and stated vision, Hinditron is immensely pleased to form a similar alliance with Bright Computing, a technology leader in cluster management software with highly differentiated and innovative product offerings."

The relationship with Bright Computing brings a powerful cluster management solution into Hinditron's portfolio, with capabilities spanning deployment, testing, provisioning, monitoring and management of systems with or without GPU accelerators. Bright Cluster Manager also complements Hinditron's choice of workload management software, as it provides seamless integration with Altair Engineering's PBS Professional. For example, Bright automatically installs and configures PBS Professional; provides sampling, analysis and visualization of the workload manager's statistics within the intuitive Bright GUI; includes PBS Professional in its preventative health-checking; and provides automatic failover as necessary.

“Perhaps as important as its capabilities, Bright Cluster Manager removes the complexity from managing HPC clusters", added Mohan Arunshankar, Business Development Manager at Hinditron. “The user interface provides a comprehensive view of the cluster, and the ability to drill down to the smallest detail, yet it is extremely intuitive: no knowledge of Linux is required to manage multiple HPC clusters at once from a single PC."

“Hinditron is an impressive and important force in the Indian HPC market", stated Dr. Matthijs van Leeuwen, founder and CEO of Bright Computing. "I am delighted to be working with their HPC team to deliver the best possible value to their customers."
Source: Bright Computing

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2011-08-08

Desktop Grids

Renderfarm.fi wins World Summit Award

CERN supports European Year of Volunteering through Citizen Cyberscience Centre

The Cloud

CA Technologies to acquire Watchmouse B.V.

HP launches global authentication service to fight counterfeit drugs

IBM and Security First Corp. to develop integrated security technology

Intel Labs invests $30 million in the future of Cloud and embedded computing with the opening of latest Intel Science and Technology Centers

Research and Markets to issue 'Cloud Computing - Key Enabler of Smart Grid'

EuroFlash

The International Fusion Energy Research Center selects DataDirect Networks to accelerate development of safe, limitless, and clean energy

Gauss Centre to issue Call for Large-Scale Projects

Discovery of a new magnetic order

Delft success on two-quantum bit detection in Science

Hinditron partners with Bright Computing to deliver world-class HPC solutions in India

Research and Markets to issue 'Data Mining in Grid Computing Environments' - a groundbreaking study

USFlash

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Scientific Director appointed to National Library of Medicine Board of Regents

Evolutionary computation offers flexibility and insight

AMD teams with NYSERDA, HP, and Clarkson University for sustainable data centre energy research

HP introduces special financing programmes for clients with growing storage needs

Georgia Tech proposes Internet consumer nutrition label

NNSA's Cielo supercomputer commences high-resolution 3D weapon simulations

NVIDIA Tesla GPUs used by J.P. Morgan run risk calculations in minutes, not hours

Physicists show that quantum ignorance is hard to expose

Web search is ready for a shake-up, according to University of Washington computer scientist

AMD opens the Throttle on APU performance with updated OpenCL software development kit

Light unlocks fragrance in laboratory