Thursday, September 26, 2013

Dell Collaboration Speeds Emirates Team New Zealand in Americas Cup

dellIn this podcast, Tim Carroll from Dell describes the company's collaborative effort with the Emirates Team New Zealand on the recent America's Cup sailboat race.
We can now complete an entire boat design test in three days using the Dell HPC cluster. We’ve gone from 30 to 40 design candidates being tested physically for our 2007 Cup campaign to testing 300-400 designs for this edition of the America’s Cup,” said Nick Holroyd, Technical Director, Emirates Team New Zealand."

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

HPC University Podcast

In this podcast, Ange Mason from the San Diego Supercomputing Center takes us on a tour of HPC University--a resource site on High Performance Computing for students and educators. Learn more:

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Penguin Artica Switches for the Software Defined Datacenter

In this podcast, Arend Dittmer from Penguin Computing describes the company's new Artica line of open network switches. View the Slides * Watch the Slidecast

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

SGI Ivy Bridge Podcast

In this podcast, Bill Mannel from SGI presents: SGI Solutions with Intel Xeon E5-2600v2 Processors. Watch the presentation video * Download the MP3Subscribe on iTunes * Subscribe to RSS

Thursday, September 5, 2013

The Clustrix Scaleout SQL Database, Engineered for the Cloud

In this podcast, Robin Purohit of Clustrix describes the company’s leading scale-out SQL database engineered for the cloud.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Are You Ready for Big Data Analytics?

In this podcast, Bill Jacobs from Revolution Analytics presents: Are You Ready for Big Data Analytics?. By building on open source R—the world's most powerful statistics software, Revolution Analytics meets the demands and requirements of modern data-driven businesses. Download the MP3

Monday, September 2, 2013

SSRLabs Develops New Coprocessors for Big Data

In this podcast, Axel Kloth from SSRLabs describes the company's innovative Big Data hardware architecture optimized for bandwidth and power efficiency.
Scalable Systems Research Labs is a Silicon Valley startup focused on the development and sale of a family of coprocessors to solve the "Big Data" problem by accelerating execution of applications for customers who demand higher performance and where the power supply or cooling capacity is limited. These coprocessors work with a variety of standards-based application programming interfaces (APIs).
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