Tag: HPC

Combining Technologies to Grow in a Connected World

Throughout history, trends have challenged us to re-think best practices and consider new methods. This is no different today as we consider the rapid advancements in technology and connectivity. Approaching quickly and growing like a wave, digital transformation is imminent, … Read More

Crash Simulation with Arm and the Catalyst UK Project

*Written in collaboration with HPE, Arm, and Marvell Industry demand for increasingly accurate automotive simulations is on the rise, and the Armv8 architecture is emerging as a viable alternative to legacy instruction set architectures, such as x86, in the HPC, … Read More

Top 3 HPC and Cloud Predictions in 2020

As the decade has closed, we are now at a point when high-performance computing (HPC) and cloud work together to power solutions that lead companies to innovate better products and unearth new discoveries. HPC in the cloud is an increasingly … Read More

HPC in the Mile High City: The Buzz from SC19

Just two weeks ago, the high-performance computing (HPC) industry converged in Denver for the biggest event of the year – SC19. It was a successful show with broad representation from across the industry. Attendees soaked up expert insight, participated in … Read More

Boost Your HPC Power with Hybrid Cloud Bursting

When it comes to high-performance computing resources, IT management faces two major problems: capability and capacity. Capability: Sometimes you need to access new technology to provide leading-edge tools to your users to meet project requirements. Common scenarios would include testing … Read More

5 Reasons to Check Out Altair 365™ – The Cloud Collaboration Platform for Product Design and Innovation

In today’s fiercely competitive and consumer–driven marketplace, organizations are continuously challenged to deliver better, cost-efficient and faster–to–market products. The recipe to remain successful is to continuously innovate. It is critical for companies to question status quo and ponder upon questions such as: Can we create a culture of … Read More