Tim Carroll from Microsoft describes how the company is working with Dell EMC to move AI and HPC workloads to the Cloud.
“The Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack is a hybrid cloud platform for delivering infrastructure and platform...
Josh Simons from VMware describes why more customers are moving their HPC & AI workloads to virtualized environments using vSphere.
“High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads are forecasted to be one of the fastest-growing workload types through 2020.
Chris Branch from Intel describes how FPGAs deliver speed and efficiency for technical computing. The two companies are working together to bring new FPGA solutions to market.
Garima Kochhar from Dell describes how the company works with customers at the Dell EMC AI & HPC Innovation Lab.
“The HPC Innovation Lab gives our customers access to cutting-edge technology, like the latest-generation Dell EMC products, Scalable System Framework from Intel, InfiniBand gear from Mellanox, NVIDIA GPUs, Bright Computing software, and more.
David Holmes from Dell EMC describes how the company is bringing technical innovation to the Oil & Gas industry.
One of the things that we see from an HPC point of view is that, traditionally, energy companies who have thought about HPC as something that’s used in a relatively narrow set of workloads– it’s been used for processing seismic data and it’s been used...
Maurizio Davini and Antonio Cisternino from the University of Pisa describe the work they are doing to extend server memory with Intel Optane technology.
“Intel Optane technology provides an unparalleled combination of high throughput, low latency, high quality of service, and high endurance.
Adnan Khaleel from Dell EMC describes how the company works with partners to deliver high performance solutions.
Michael Fernandez from Aerofarms describes how the company uses AI technologies to grow better indoor crops.
“24-7, AeroFarms collects millions of data points from farms stacked vertically. Using modern imaging, big data and machine learning, they’re turning everything about a plant into data.”
Alisdair King from Cambridge University describes the new Cambridge Data Accelerator.
“The Cambridge Data Accelerator is an open source software package for building Burst Buffers from high speed flash storage.
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