By: Jeff Reser

June 19, 2017 9:56 am


ISC 2017, SUSE, and the HPC Tesseract

The ISC High Performance conference – one of the most forward-thinking gatherings of supercomputing aficionados in the world – has just gotten underway in Frankfurt, Germany.  With many supercomputing facilities being represented here, and the majority of those employing SUSE Linux Enterprise as their operating system of choice to power their HPC software infrastructure, […]

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December 12, 2016 5:39 pm


Making HPC Adoption Easier

SUSE is entering the third decade of supporting HPC by releasing the HPC module – now part of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for HPC 12 SP2.  The High Performance Computing market has grown and evolved around the globe – in supercomputing centers and beyond for banking and finance, medical research, energy, and much more.[…]

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November 14, 2016 6:03 am


SUSE partners with ARM, Cavium and OpenHPC to deliver OpenHPC High Performance Computing Infrastructure for ARM

SUSE has partnered with Cavium Inc., OpenHPC, and ARM Ltd., a SoftBank company, to cultivate the High Performance Computing system software stack for systems based on the 64-bit ARM AArch64 processors. Together, these partners have established an OpenHPC build, integration, and developer access service built on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server running on Cavium ThunderX© 64-bit […]

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By: Michael Miller

June 20, 2016 10:11 am


SUSE Aligns with Intel for High Performance Computing Stack

I'm here at the iSC conference in Frankfurt, Germany where today Intel announced their new HPC Orchestrator solution which is a combination of technology, support and services aimed at providing the software infrastructure framework and glue needed for vendors and researchers to rapidly develop next-generation HPC systems. In this unique commercial offering, SUSE Linux Enterprise […]

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By: Michael Miller

June 16, 2016 9:37 am


High Performance Computing, OpenHPC & SUSE

Not long ago, High Performance Computing technology was really only viable in highly specialized research labs and universities running special projects. Picture mysterious room-sized machines and technicians in white lab coats... But today, use of HPC has spread rapidly across all sectors and addresses a wide variety of computing challenges. The once far-fetched goal of […]

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