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Inside MareNostrum, the most beautiful data center in the world
Up a side street on the edge of Barcelona, a stone path weaves through a park of old oak trees and flowers, to the steps of the Torre Girona Chapel.
HPE helps Eni deploy world’s most powerful industrial supercomputer
Installed at the oil and gas company’s green data centre, the new HPC4 supercomputer has a peak performance of 18.6 petaflops.
Cosmologists turn to HPE to tackle some of humanity's toughest questions
Some of the worlds leading scientists brought together by Stephen Hawking have turned to Intel & HPE to crunch extraordinary amounts of data.
Microsoft to offer Cray supercomputing via Azure data centers
Microsoft and Cray have teamed up to enable customers to run workloads on dedicated Cray supercomputers in select Azure data centers.
University of Exeter speeds up proceedings with new supercomputer
A project involving OCF, Lenovo and Stulz Technology Integration has improved speeds by 2-3x compared to the previous departmental clusters.
NASA, SpaceX and HPE team up to send a supercomputer to space
The Spaceborne Computer includes a high-speed HPC interconnect running an open-source Linux OS...
One small step toward Mars, One giant leap for supercomputing
"This represents the first step into the next frontier of space exploration..."
Trans-Tasman bond strengthened as NZ gives $380k for big data project
In addition, funding will come from New Zealand's The Catalyst Fund, which is managed by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment.
Lenovo launches largest data centre portfolio in its history
Lenovo recently unveiled its largest ever and most comprehensive portfolio of server, storage, networking, software and data centre services.
$14 million boost in supercomputer storage to benefit Australian science
"The expansion provided by this co-investment will see an extra 150 million compute hours become available, alleviating severe supply shortages."