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Primeur weekly 2014-08-18

Special

HPC computing based on the working of the human brain ...

Exascale supercomputing

NERSC, Intel, and Cray team up to prepare users for transition to exascale computing ...

The Cloud

Made in IBM Labs: Governing geographically dispersed Cloud data ...

IBM acquires Cloud security services provider Lighthouse Security Group ...

IBM opens first SoftLayer data centre in Canada ...

EuroFlash

European Commission to launch public survey on Net Innovation for the Work Programme 2016-2017 ...

SysFera joins ETP4HPC ...

Iberdrola stars work on construction of 66 megawatt Pier II wind farm in Mexico ...

Quantum simulators explained ...

USFlash

University of Michigan computer scientist reviews frontier technologies to determine fundamental limits of computer scaling ...

Finalists compete for coveted ACM Gordon Bell Prize in High Performance Computing ...

Florida Polytechnic University, Flagship Solutions Group and IBM announce supercomputing centre ...

Vancouver Film School selects HP Z workstations with AMD FirePro professional graphics ...

TACC's Stampede and Lonestar systems aid microbiome research of gum disease, diabetes, and Crohn's disease ...

CacheBox application acceleration software increases on-line transactions per second by 56x while reducing latency by 98% ...

Data-visualization tool identifies sources of aberrant results and recomputes visualizations without them ...

Penguin Computing's new line of Arctica Ethernet switches featuring x86 application compatibility now available ...

Altera releases Quartus II software Arria 10 edition v14.0 ...

IBM to receive approval for selling x86 supercomputer business to Lenovo ...

SysFera joins ETP4HPC


18 Jun 2014 Villeurbanne - SysFera is now a full member of ETP4HPC, an association led by European industries and research centres to further the development and usage of high performance computing technologies across Europe. SysFera's involvement will help advance the ability of non-technical users to directly access hybrid resources and enable smaller business units to productively integrate HPC resources.

The goal of ETP4HPC is to help the development of HPC technologies and expand the user base, especially for small-to-medium businesses that have no dedicated computing resources or HPC experts.

This goal is totally aligned with SysFera's goals: the company has always been dedicated to simplifying the usage of HPC resources and software. SysFera makes HPC as easy as possible to researchers & engineers, and especially for those working in SMBs, by providing a solution that helps non-experts in HPC focus on their core expertise.

Being involved in ETP4HPC will allow SysFera to share with the other members its experience in simplifying HPC and allow the company to work together to provide more efficient and integrated solutions.

Research still needs to be done for HPC to become "commonplace", and associations such as ETP4HPC constitute a fountain of innovation that will give birth to tomorrow's solutions.

Benjamin Depardon will be leading SysFera's effort with ETP4HPC, along with Frédéric Desprez, one of the co-founders and Deputy Scientific Director at INRIA.
Source: SysFera

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2014-08-18

Special

HPC computing based on the working of the human brain ...

Exascale supercomputing

NERSC, Intel, and Cray team up to prepare users for transition to exascale computing ...

The Cloud

Made in IBM Labs: Governing geographically dispersed Cloud data ...

IBM acquires Cloud security services provider Lighthouse Security Group ...

IBM opens first SoftLayer data centre in Canada ...

EuroFlash

European Commission to launch public survey on Net Innovation for the Work Programme 2016-2017 ...

SysFera joins ETP4HPC ...

Iberdrola stars work on construction of 66 megawatt Pier II wind farm in Mexico ...

Quantum simulators explained ...

USFlash

University of Michigan computer scientist reviews frontier technologies to determine fundamental limits of computer scaling ...

Finalists compete for coveted ACM Gordon Bell Prize in High Performance Computing ...

Florida Polytechnic University, Flagship Solutions Group and IBM announce supercomputing centre ...

Vancouver Film School selects HP Z workstations with AMD FirePro professional graphics ...

TACC's Stampede and Lonestar systems aid microbiome research of gum disease, diabetes, and Crohn's disease ...

CacheBox application acceleration software increases on-line transactions per second by 56x while reducing latency by 98% ...

Data-visualization tool identifies sources of aberrant results and recomputes visualizations without them ...

Penguin Computing's new line of Arctica Ethernet switches featuring x86 application compatibility now available ...

Altera releases Quartus II software Arria 10 edition v14.0 ...

IBM to receive approval for selling x86 supercomputer business to Lenovo ...