What do you do when your networking powers 60 percent of the HPC systems on the Top500 supercomputer list and you have 70 percent market share for 25G and faster network adapters? You continue to push the boundaries of performance to keep your position. But developing high-speed, low-latency networking gear is not an easy process, and you need to have an efficient IT infrastructure to hold your mission.
The Bio-IT World Conference and Expo kicks off today in Boston. Microsoft is a platinum sponsor of this event. The research and product development being done in the life sciences and healthcare industries are having a tremendous impact.
When you get a dedicated Cray supercomputer on your Azure virtual network, you also get attached Cray® ClusterStor™ storage. This is a great solution for the high-performance storage you need while running jobs on the supercomputer.
Altair is democratizing access to CAE by building their Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings on Microsoft Azure.
For autonomous vehicles, the challenge is to give them the ability to make the same assumptions. Our customer Elektronische Fahrwerksysteme GmbH (EFS) is working on that problem for a major auto manufacturer.
High-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and visualization GPUs have a wide variety of uses. That’s why Microsoft has partnered with NVIDIA to bring a wide variety of NVIDIA GPUs to Azure. Join us in San Jose next week at NVIDIA’s GPU technology conference to learn how Azure customers combine the flexibility and elasticity of the cloud with the capability of NVIDIA’s GPUs.
Energy exploration, production, and reservoir monitoring are leaders in the private sector for big data and compute-intensive applications. That's why energy companies have always used high performance computing (HPC) to aid in oil and gas exploration.
When we announced our partnership with Cray, it was very exciting news. I received my undergraduate degree in meteorology, so my mind immediately went to how this could be a benefit to weather forecasting.
We’re excited for the Supercomputing conference next week in Denver, Colorado. Supercomputing is where researchers and practitioners from around the world come together to advance the state of high-performance computing. Microsoft will have a great presence at SC17.