Our Vice President of Strategy, Bob Fletcher, recently gave an interview to the Rich Report about Verne Global being announced as a NVIDIA certified DGX-Ready data center.
Our Director of Research, Spencer Lamb, recently wrote an article for Data Center Dynamics about HPC in the cloud. Currently, ten percent of HPC is being done in the cloud and the only way for it to go is up with the two becoming even more connected.
London, UK, 11 July, 2019 – Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced that it has joined the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center Program as a certified colocation partner.
Verne Global in partnership with TheNextPlatform have produced a short White Paper on the performance and speed of hyperscale cloud for HPC versus Verne Global's hpcDIRECT platform built to true HPC principles.
Our CTO, Tate Cantrell was filmed at ISC19 by HPCWire, and talked about hpcDIRECT on-demand, as well as the performance benefits of running HPC workloads in a TrueHPC environment compared to within hyperscale public cloud.
At ISC High Performance 2019, Dell Technologies is announcing details of new solutions, reference designs, customer collaborations and partnerships designed to advance and simplify the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning (DL) and high performance computing (HPC).
The usual host of awards including best screenplay and best visual effects came up at the 2019 Oscars last night. While AI in the movie industry is unlikely to be writing award-winning scripts anytime soon, it is already at work behind the scenes.
As automobiles gain more capabilities and electrification options the computing power to support them is continually growing through high performance computing (HPC). HPC systems are able to solve complex problems by pooling the computing power of multiple nodes in parallel.
Seals are hampering Nautilus’ plans to convert an old missile manufacturing building located on a decommissioned naval airbase into a data center.
Today’s financial firms rely heavily on data and technology in all aspects of their business. In areas like derivatives pricing, risk analytics, quantitative modelling, portfolio optimisation and even bank stress-testing, having an optimised high-performance computing (HPC) strategy is critical to everyday operations. Indeed, by performing highly complex calculations on large data sets in order to simulate potential outcomes and gather valuable intelligence and insights, HPC has long been the engine of financial forecasting.
Back in December 2018, Darryl Weaver, Verne Global's Head of Cloud Engineering and Stig Telfer, CTO at StackHPC delivered a joint presentation at the OpenStack Summit in Berlin on Monitoring as a Service in the HPC Cloud.
Banks have been relatively slow to recognise the potential for new products and services offered by digital transformation and, more recently, Open Banking. Indeed, the growing popularity of challenger banks in the UK, like Monzo, N26 and Revolut, is a sure sign that banks are not innovating fast enough and that the consumer experience they offer is not where it needs to be.
So you’ve heard about how artificial intelligence (AI) can bring efficiency and other benefits to different aspects of your manufacturing processes. You’ve identified areas of your business that need automating. What’s the next step you need to take?