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Displaying items by tag: High Performance Computing

Tuesday, 19 November 2019 16:40

Azure and Nvidia offer 'supercomputer on demand'

Azure's new NDv2 GPU-accelerated instances provide up to 800 Nvidia V100 Tensor Core GPUs on a single Mellanox InfiniBand backend network.

Published in Cloud
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 16:24

Nvidia Magnum IO speeds GPU access to data

Nvidia's new Magnum IO software helps data scientists and AI and high performance computing researchers process massive amounts of data in minutes instead of hours.

Published in Data
Melbourne February 19th 2019 - XENON, a leading Australian value added reseller (VAR) in High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions and INFINIDAT, an international multi-petabyte scale enterprise storage solutions provider, today announced a strategic partnership that will offer both enterprises and the HPC marketplace high availability and flexible data storage options, ideal for scaling.

Further, this cooperation will allow customers to take advantage of innovative solutions that includes Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning technology. INFINIDAT is founded by one of the most iconic and well-respected inventors and visionaries of data storage technologies of our time - Moshe Yanai.

“INFINIDAT's storage products enable us to extend unified storage solutions to the enterprise market for block and file storage at unprecedented levels of performance, scalability, and reliability and at a low TCO,” said Dragan Dimitrovici, CEO of XENON Systems.

“We are very pleased to collaborate with Xenon and believe this partnership will deliver improved and diverse integrated solutions to both the enterprise and the HPC marketplace,” said Danny Tiong, INFINIDAT Channel Director, APJ.

Steve Kletzmayr, Country Manager, INFINIDAT added, “Our partnership with Xenon means that we can truly penetrate local markets delivering customers high quality data storage solutions along with leading best practices. Our software-define architecture solutions portfolio perfectly complements Xenon’s product range.”

INFINIDAT delivers data storage performance that is equal or faster than any other All-Flash-Array in the market while providing a storage solution (InfiniBox) that is 100 times more reliable (seven nines uptime) than typical enterprise storage systems. 



In November 2018, INFINIDAT was named a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrantfor General-Purpose Disk Arrays. The analyst firm recognises INFINIDAT’s completeness of vision and ability to execute as an industry leader. The company has also achieved high ratings in Gartner Peer Insights.
INFINIDAT’s portfolio of solutions include:
  • InfiniBox family of products offers up to 8.3 PB of capacity with all inclusive-software functionality. It has industry leading performance and 99.99999% availability.  
  • InfiniSync appliance eliminates triple data centre business continuity requirements for core banking and similar mission-critical enterprise environments.
  • Neutrix Cloud services enable real-time competition between public cloud providers for customer workloads.
  • InfiniGuard backup appliance provides multi-petabyte data protection with lightning fast restores. 


About XENON
XENON is an Australian leader in High Performance Computing solutions. With over two decades of experience in designing and deploying supercomputers, workstations, and servers, XENON is now leading its customers to the forefront of high performance computing, data analytics, and artificial intelligence. Whether the application is life sciences, enterprise or public services, XENON contributes to at all stages of planning, design, and deployment to enable its customers to gain value from their data. Recognised and trusted as a partner to achieve the extraordinary, its talent lies in applying new thinking and ideas to create pioneering solutions that uniquely address the client’s needs. Further information about XENON can be found at www.xenon.com.au


For more information, please contact:
Jo Balfour
Progressiva
jo@progressiva.com.au
0405 542 018 

About INFINIDAT
Founded in 2011 by storage industry pioneer Moshe Yanai, INFINIDAT helps customers unlock the full potential of their data. INFINIDAT’s software-focused architecture, an evolution and revolution in data management design over 30 years in the making, solves the conflicting requirements of bigger, faster, and less expensive storage. INFINIDAT technology simultaneously delivers sub-millisecond latency, seven nines of reliability, and hyperscale capacity with a significantly lower total cost of ownership than incumbent storage technologies. For more information, please visit www.infinidat.com.

For more information about INFINIDAT contact:
Sapna Capoor 
INFINIDAT
Head of Comms, PR & AR – EMEA & APJ
+44 (0) 7789684159 
scapoor@infinidat.com
Wednesday, 29 August 2018 00:02

Garvan Institute upgrades HPC system

Medical research organisation Garvan Institute has expanded its HPC system

Published in Hardware
Friday, 30 March 2018 08:21

GPU: a key enabler for science

"GPUs have been one of the key technologies" in high-performance computing, according to Data61's Professor John Taylor.

Published in Hardware
Tuesday, 18 July 2017 13:24

CSIRO picks Dell EMC for new AI system

CSIRO's new Bracewell HPC system uses Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with Nvidia Tesla P100 GPUs.

Published in Hardware
Thursday, 23 June 2016 11:52

HPE HPC goes SD

HPE has unveiled a new software-defined platform for high-performance computing (HPC), along with updates to its Apollo server family.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Monash University's third-generation Massive supercomputer was officially commissioned yesterday.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 16:40

HP teams with Intel for HPC

A new alliance between HP and Intel focusses on high performance computing (HPC).

Published in Strategy

Dell's new PowerEdge C6320 delivers up to twice the performance of the C6220 model on the LinPack HPC benchmark.

Published in Hardware

The National Computational Infrastructure has chosen Dell to supply a $2 million 3,200-core high-performance compute node for the NeCTAR research cloud.

Published in Deals

Intersect Australia will install an SGI supercomputer at one of Macquarie Telecom's Sydney data centres and make it available to Australian researchers.

Published in Cloud Services

Intel is working with European researchers to seek ways of massively increasing the processing power of supercomputers without similarly increasing their energy requirements.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 17:44

Phone chips point to 4 teraflops for $10k

Commodity graphics processor chips used in games machines and mobile phones are revolutionising the face of supercomputing - and should lead to the delivery of 4 teraflop desktop machines running Windows HPC or Linux for just north of $10,000 by 2012.

Published in Networking
Friday, 15 October 2010 17:59

Digital Networks Releases New 48 Core Server

2U server offers excellent balance of processor density and value

Wednesday, 17 March 2010 17:46

NAG turns 40; students get the presents

The Numerical Algorithms Group is marking its 40th anniversary by expanding its student prize program.

Published in Development
A collaboration between the Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative (VLSCI) and the IBM Research Computational Biology Center will see a Blue Gene supercomputer installed at the University of Melbourne.
Published in Health
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