HPE Boots Up Sandbox Of The Machine For Early Users

It has been four years since Kirk Bresniker, HPE Fellow, vice president, and chief architect at Hewlett Packard Labs, stood before a crowd of journalists and analysts at the company’s Discover show and announced plans to create a new computing architecture that puts the focus on memory and will eventually use such technologies as silicon photonics and memristors.


HPE Wins Another European HPC Center With Cray EX Plus AMD Compute

Per aspera, ad astra, an old Latin adage that means “through striving, to the stars,” is the root of the name for a hybrid HPC and AI supercomputer that the Grand Équipment National de Calcul Intensif (GENCI), working in conjunction with the Centre Informatique National de l’Enseignement Supérieur (CINES), one of three national HPC centers in France, will be building next year to bring a factor of 20X more compute power to bear on scientific applications.