High-performance computing

How 4 organizations went from here to AI: IBM podcast series

Dez Blanchfield speaks with business leaders about artificial intelligence and deep learning adoption in the “From Here to AI” podcast series from IBM Power Systems. When you start to investigate artificial intelligence (AI), or branch out to buy a couple AI servers to tinker with for your organization, the process of implementing a full AI […]

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The fastest storage for the fastest system: Summit

This week in Frankfurt, Summit was crowned the “Fastest System in the World” in the biannual Top500 survey. The ORNL system is the most powerful, with over 200 petaflops of NVIDIA and IBM Power Systems compute, but it is much more. This is no ordinary system. It is purpose-built to use GPUs and excel on […]

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Deep learning & HPC applications get even faster

Data is coming at us from every direction, and it’s up to data scientists and IT leaders to make sense of it by cleaning, processing and extracting actionable insights. It can be challenging enough to prepare your data pipeline, and once you complete this task, you don’t want hardware components to limit your ability to […]

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Big bets on infrastructure innovation: Day 2 recap from Think 2018

Tuesday at IBM Think built on the excitement of Day 1, with even more amazing announcements and eye-opening stories from our clients! The day kicked off with Ginni Rometty’s Chairman’s Address, which highlighted how IBM and our clients are putting smart to work. Ginni professed that we’re at a critical inflection point at the intersection […]

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Think 2018 is officially here! Day 1 recap from Las Vegas

Yesterday was the official start to Think 2018, and can I just say: WOW!!! This completely new approach to IBM events is seriously blowing me away. Monday started with the OpenPOWER Summit. For those who are unfamiliar, the OpenPOWER Foundation is an open technical community based on IBM Power Systems architecture. Member companies like IBM, […]

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Systems social media + IBM Think 2018 = The technology event you can’t miss

IBM Think, in its inaugural year, is a conference where the brightest minds will gather to help make businesses work smarter. IBM Systems will be there at the center of the Modern Infrastructure Campus, where you’ll find dozens of learning sessions, think tanks, certifications, networking and more. Whether you’re attending Think in person or following […]

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Enter the world of quantum computing at Think 2018

Classical computers have been and will continue to be a driving problem-solving force, but many of the world’s biggest mysteries and potentially greatest opportunities remain beyond their grasp. To continue the pace of progress, we need to augment the classical approach to computing with a new platform. Here at IBM, we believe that quantum computers […]

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Conquer the data deluge: Modernize & transform your storage

Is your organization analyzing increasing volumes of data to provide customized solutions for your clients and consumers? If data analysis has become a key part of your business, you need a storage infrastructure that supports the increasing volume of data, but growing your storage infrastructure can increase both storage costs and storage management complexity. Consequently, […]

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25 years of HPC innovation – IBM Spectrum LSF 10

Even after 25 years, our high-performance computing (HPC) innovations show no signs of slowing. Following the launch of IBM Spectrum LSF Suites Version 10.2, and our acceptance of the 2017 HPCwire Editors’ Choice award for Best HPC Cluster Solution or Technology, we have released the next update to our core scheduler, IBM Spectrum LSF Version […]

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