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The future of sustainable HPC

It is an unavoidable fact, high performance computing (HPC) is an energy intensive environment. But, what steps can we take to address this and achieve a more sustainable future for HPC in universities, research centres and other organisations? By Mischa van Kesteren, pre-sales engineer and sustainability officer at OCF.

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The growing market for High-Performance Computing (HPC)

We live in a world that is increasingly driven by technology. As we continue to increase the number and variety of technical software, hardware and appliances in our everyday lives as well as our work lives, the need for HPC to maintain those technologies will inevitably increase. By Neville Louzado, Head of Sales at Hyve Managed Hosting.

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Adaptive computing platforms deliver efficient AI acceleration

AI has begun to change many facets of our lives, creating tremendous societal advancements. From self-driving automobiles to AI-assisted medical diagnosis, we are at the beginning of a truly transformative era. By Greg Martin, Director, Strategic Marketing, Xilinx, Inc.

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OVHcloud supercharges bare metal servers with AMD EPYC CPUs

Greater performance, less capital expenditure, and lower operating costs with AMD EPYC processors.

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How Manufacturers can benefit from Edge Computing

The manufacturing industry is producing more data than ever before as sensors become readily available and manufacturers look to squeeze ROI out of existing machinery while modernising their operations for the digital future. By Daniel Valle, Chief Technologist - Service Providers EMEA at World Wide Technology.

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Cost of server downtime

The internet has become a fundamental part of so many businesses around the world. A large percentage of the populous may use it to keep in touch with friends or to stay informed on current affairs, but it is the backbone of the economy in many ways. For this reason, you can imagine that website downtime can have a serious impact on these companies - the trade we have to make when becoming so reliant on servers. By Jack Bird, Senior Content and Off Page SEO Specialist.

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Europe’s hidden carbon import: high performance computing

In 2020, we are used to the idea that physical goods imports include a degree of embodied carbon, which varies depending on how and where they were made.

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Innovative Shared Research Computing Storage Project Takes Shape

Powered by storage technology supplied by Microway, the Northeast Storage Exchange is changing the way Boston-area universities approach research data storage.

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Innovative Shared Research Computing Storage Project Takes Shape in Massachusetts

Powered by storage technology supplied by Microway, the Northeast Storage Exchange is changing the way Boston-area universities approach research data storage.

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The journey to serverless

By Sat Gainda, Cloud Solutions Architect at Version 1.

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If uptime is the new black, edge computing can keep you on trend

Alan Conboy, office of the CTO at Scale Computing, explains how edge computing and hyperconvergence can ensure businesses remain “always-on”.

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Why a flexible hybrid strategy offers a route around potential vendor lock-in

As the cloud services market has developed, many businesses have forged exclusive service provider partnerships to benefit from the scale, agility and performance capabilities now offered by numerous large global hyperscalers. While their enormous success is testament to the way they have met the needs of businesses worldwide, many organisations have additional requirements relating to application performance, legacy applications, data hosted under certain jurisdictions, and data security. By Eltjo Hofstee, Managing Director, Leaseweb UK.

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IT Professionals: The Hidden Heroes of the Public Sector

Each year September rolls around, bringing with it the annual IT Professionals Day—a day dedicated to appreciating IT professionals, and the critical role they play in end users’ lives and in operating successful organisations across every sector. IT professionals are the hidden heroes regardless of where they work, but for those in the public sector, keeping technology up and running can be the difference between life and death in an operating theatre, or between a law being passed and a law being put on hold in government.

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Successfully Navigating Hybrid Cloud Challenges

According to a recent report from 451 Research, the ability to migrate workloads easily between on-prem and public cloud is the number one reason that organisations opt for a hybrid IT infrastructure. Unfortunately, a significant divide exists today between traditional enterprise IT environments and the public cloud with different management models, consumption models, application architectures, and storage and data services. These differences can limit your ability to easily move enterprise and cloud-native applications where you need them. By Peter Gadd, VP EMEA Core, Pure Storage.

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Videos

Rob Elder, Vice President Data Centers, Bulk Infrastructure AS, discusses the current energy price spike and the impact it is already having on the global data centre industry - with a particular focus on how location is becoming an increasingly important factor for end users.
Emely Patra, RVP and Head of EMEA Customer Success Strategy and Architecture at MuleSoft, discusses the findings of the company’s recently published 2022 Connectivity Benchmark report, highlighting some of the obstacles to creating fully connected user experiences, and explaining how APIs and low code tools can help to address the major integration challenges which need to be overcome as part of a successful digital transformation strategy.
Stéphane Estevez, EMEA Director of Product Marketing, Observability & IT Markets at Splunk, discusses the findings of the company’s ‘State of Observability 2022’ report. He outlines the three different stages of the observability journey, the main reasons why organisations adopt observability solutions and the main benefits of doing so. He ends up with some key observability recommendations.
Richelle Ahlvers, Chair of the SNIA Storage Management Initiative, discusses what’s new with Swordfish, the storage management standard, including the latest developments on work with industry partner organisations and the new Conformance Testing Program, as well as talking through the newly opened SNIA Storage Management Initiative’s Next-Gen Lab.

News

New predictions from HPE Aruba and global trends agency Foresight Factory outline five ways technology will overhaul the industry.
Acquirer owns Norwegian-based operator Green Mountain whose operations will expand to the London market.
With the publication of its fourth annual ESG Report, Digital Realty reveals progress towards environmental goals – hitting the milestone of securing one gigawatt of IT capacity in accordance with sustainable building standards.
HPE becomes first tier-one server provider to offer compute with optimized cloud-native silicon for service providers and enterprises embracing cloud-native development.