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TechEnablement

Combining concise high-level analysis for senior scientists and management plus developer outreach tutorials containing complete, buildable, and working examples, TechEnablement is a one-stop portal to learn about and incorporate the latest in technology from low-power embedded systems to massively-parallel exascale computing. Use http://techEnablement.com as your technology advocate to teach you and your team how to best exploit –and avoid the pitfalls – as development platforms like OpenACC, OpenMP, CUDA, and OpenCL plus Web Development platforms like WebCL, WebGL, and cloud computing evolve and mature. Invest and procure with the latest information as TechEnablement tracks how hardware platforms like the Tegra K1, FPGAs, GPUs, and Intel Xeon Phi evolve to compete for your dollars in the marketplace. We believe the best way to know technology is to use it - so TechEnablement also offers consulting and on-site educational services.

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Apposite Technologies

Apposite Technologies is the leader in easy-to-use, professional-quality network simulation products. Apposite’s Linktropy and Netropy WAN emulation appliances simulate link bandwidth, delay, loss, congestion, and other network impairments to test the performance of applications in the lab under a spectrum of real-world conditions. Offering a unique combination of ease-of-use, test lab-level precision, and unmatched prices, Linktropy and Netropy WAN emulators are widely deployed by leading enterprises, application and equipment vendors, telecoms carriers, test labs, and government and military organizations across North America, Europe, and Asia.

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Big Switch Networks

Big Switch Networks is the leader in Software-Defined Networking and is committed to an Open SDN platform that embraces industry standards, open APIs and Open Source. Maker of Big Network Controller, Big Virtual Switch and Big Tap. Big Switch is taking key hyperscale networking design principles and applying them to fit-for-purpose products for enterprises, cloud providers and service providers. The company’s Big Tap Monitoring Fabric is an entry level solution to monitor existing networks, and the flagship Big Cloud Fabric is the industry’s most advanced bare metal SDN switching fabric intended for new data center pods such as private cloud, big data and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).

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Cloudian

Cloudian, A leading US s3 cloud Storage Company which offers object storage software, s3 object storage solutions. We are providing massive scalable cloud storage solutions. The main product is Cloudian, an Amazon S3-compliant cloud object storage platform, the bedrock of cloud computing systems, that enables cloud service providers and enterprises to build reliable, affordable and scalable cloud storage solutions. In addition, Cloudian is actively partnering with the leading cloud computing environments including Citrix Cloud Platform and OpenStack, cloud on-ramp providers, and the vast ecosystem of tools and applications that is afforded through true S3 compatibility.

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cPacket

cPacket delivers solutions that radically simplify network traffic monitoring and data center performance management. cPacket products include the cVu traffic monitoring switches, active and passive cTap probes, and the SPIFEE software dashboard for centralized configuration, reporting, and control of distributed deployments. At the heart of all of cPacket’s products is its proprietary Algorithmic Fabric chip. The company’s innovative hardware-software architecture enables best of breed solutions for network intelligence, visibility, and security. cPacket customers include the world largest data centers, service providers, financial institutions, exchanges, and government organizations.

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Deixis Magazine

DEIXIS: Computational Science at the National Labs is the frequently updated online companion to the eponymous annual publication of the Computational Science Graduate Fellowship.

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This Week in HPC

Each week, Intersect360 Research brings you this podcast with the latest news in High Performance Computing featuring Intersect360 Research CEO Addison Snell and analyst Michael Feldman.

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Thinkmate

For over 25 years, Thinkmate has been a leader in building the highest quality custom servers and workstations for business, research and government. All our systems are proudly built in our state-of-the-art, ISO-Certified facility in Norwood, MA. Here, our systems are tested thoroughly before being shipped to you. We keep detailed reliability records of everything, so you can build your own system knowing that every component has been carefully considered by our engineers before being made available to you. But our commitment to quality goes beyond that - Every system is covered under our unified 3-Year Warranty with advance parts replacement. This commitment to superior quality and customer service has kept us the number one server solutions provider for over twenty years.

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IDC - International Data Corporation

International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications and consumer technology markets. IDC helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community make fact-based decisions on technology purchases and business strategy. More than 1,100 IDC analysts provide global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries worldwide. For 50 years, IDC has provided strategic insights to help our clients achieve their key business objectives. IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research, and events company.

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Salishan Conference on High Speed Computing

The Salishan Conference on High-Speed Computing was founded in 1981 as a means of getting experts in computer architecture, languages, and algorithms together to: improve communications, develop collaborations, solve problems of mutual interest, and provide effective leadership in the field of high-speed computing. Organized and hosted by Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia National Laboratories, the conference convenes annually at the Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon. Attendance at the conference is by invitation. Attendees are from national laboratories, academia, government, and private industry.

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NNSA ASC

Established in 1995, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) Program supports the U.S. Defense Programs' shift in emphasis from test-based confidence to simulation-based confidence. Under ASC, computer simulation capabilities are developed to analyze and predict the performance, safety, and reliability of nuclear weapons and to certify their functionality. As part of NNSA's mission to extend the lifetime of nuclear weapons in the stockpile, the Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) Campaign provides NNSA with leading edge, high-end simulation capabilities. The ASC program helps NNSA to meet nuclear weapons assessment and certification requirements, including: weapon codes, weapon science, computing platforms, and supporting infrastructure.

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NITRD

NITRD

The Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) Program is the Nation's primary source of Federally funded revolutionary breakthroughs in advanced information technologies such as computing, networking, and software. A unique collaboration of Federal research and development agencies, the NITRD Program seeks to: Provide research and development foundations for assuring continued U.S. technological leadership in advanced networking, computing systems, software, and associated information technologies and accelerate development and deployment of these technologies in order to maintain world leadership in science and engineering; enhance national defense and national and homeland security; improve U.S. productivity and competitiveness and promote long-term economic growth; improve the health of the U.S. citizenry; protect the environment; improve education, training, and lifelong learning; and improve the quality of life.

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R-HPC

R-HPC

With vast computing resources, R-HPC Products Powered by R Systems Infrastructure offers three compute resource options tailored to fit your needs. Obtain bleeding-edge technology with R-Edge. Benefit from hands-on technical guidance and configuration with R-Fusion. Utilize a private cloud and virtualized environments with R-Cloud. Our service lines are backed by our hallmark Service as a Service (SVaaS) tech support and expert guidance is provided by R-Team. We work with you to create a custom solution that will best match your usage requirements and expectations. Put simply, we offer outstanding HPC products and services, all efficiently integrated into systems for clients to access when they need them, with the support they desire.

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Nimbis Services

Nimbis Services was founded in 2008 by high performance computing (HPC) industry veterans Robert Graybill and Brian Schott to act as the first nationwide brokerage clearinghouse for a broad spectrum of integrated cloud-based HPC platforms and applications. We now have a fully integrated online technical computing marketplace comprising several stores hosting HPC and cloud modeling, simulation, and data anaysis applications packaged as software-as-a-service (SaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) products. Products are bundled and priced in configurations for entry-level through expert-level users. Products are purchased and deployed through an ecommerce interface with on-demand click-through pay-as-you-go purchasing with pre-pay and post-pay payment options and credit card or purchase order payment methods.

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Freescale Semiconductor

Freescale Semiconductor is a leader in embedded processing solutions for the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. From microcontrollers and microprocessors to sensors, analog ICs and connectivity, our technologies are fueling the next great wave of innovation.

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Keeneland: National Institute for Experimental Computing

The Keeneland Project is a five-year Track 2D cooperative agreement awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 2009 for the deployment of an innovative high performance computing system in order to bring emerging architectures to the open science community. The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and its partners - Oak Ridge National Lab, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and the National Institute for Computational Sciences - manage the facility, perform education and outreach activities for advanced architectures, develop and deploy software tools for this class of architecture to ensure productivity, and team with early adopters to map their applications to Keeneland architectures.

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Newton HPC at UTK

The Newton program is a joint effort between the Office of Research, the Office of Information Technology, and the departments of the University of Tennessee to establish a campus research computing environment. We operate a general purpose cluster computing system designed for use by researchers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The cluster performs functions such as general research computing and also code testing and fine tuning, prior to use on larger computing facilities such as those of the UT/ORNL Joint Institute for Computational Science.

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Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics

The Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics (CIG) develops and disseminates community-accessible software for the geodynamics research community. CIG software supports a variety of geodynamic research from mantle and core dynamics, to crustal and earthquake dynamics, to magma migration and seismology. CIG is a community-driven organization that is committed to developing and maintaining the geodynamics community through community participation across this research spectrum.

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DELL XL

DELL XL

Dell XL is a self-sustained consortium of computing centers that employ large-scale Dell systems. With the participation of Dell and Dell partners, the consortium members meet twice a year to exchange technology information and cooperate on projects to enhance the scalability of cluster computing.

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NIAC - Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing

NIAC serves as a center of excellence and collaboration, where research partners from diverse academic and industry organizations throughout the Pacific Northwest region and the world bring their collective expertise with advanced computing system technologies, data analysis techniques and domain science to bear on some of society's biggest problems. Founded jointly by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington in 2013, the Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing, or NIAC, is both a physical and “virtual” collaborative center designed to maximize the impact of computing on transformative discoveries that fuel scientific and societal progress.

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University of Maine ACG

The Advanced Computing Group at the University of Maine has been formed to provide computing infrastructure and support for the research needs of the state of Maine.The compute resources reside in the newly renovated UMS Data Center in Orono. The ACG provides High Performance compute resources, cloud computing services, data storage solution, data management plan assistance, and much more.

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University of Vermont VACC

The Vermont Advanced Computing Core (VACC) is a core research facility offering research computing services to UVM faculty, staff and students, as well as to strategic partners. VACC's mission includes strategic support in three key areas: advancing high-impact, multidisciplinary research efforts, promoting advanced computing education and outreach across disciplines, and investing in next-generation, innovative and sustainable high-performance computing infrastructure models. Use of the VACC infrastructure also prepares research students and faculty for project access to larger advanced computing infrastructures of the 21st century, including national grid architectures and the future of cloud computing.

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GACRC - Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center

The Georgia Advanced Computing Resource Center is a Collaborative Partnership between the Vice President for Research and the Vice President for Information Technology. The Center provides to the UGA research and education community an advanced computing environment comprised of a high-performance computing and networking infrastructure located at the Boyd Data Center, a comprehensive collection of scientific, engineering and business applications, as well as consulting and training services.

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OHSU Advanced Computing Center

The mission of the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Advanced Computing Center (ACC) at OHSU is to meet the advanced computing needs of the OHSU research, academic, and administrative community by providing a scalable set of advanced computing services that augment and supplement no-cost core services provided to the OHSU Enterprise by the Information Technology Group. . Core Equipment comprises 1000-processor compute resource with over 3 Terabytes of memory, hundreds of terabytes of storage and over 150 terabytes of backup capacity.

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KCASC - Kansas Center for Advanced Scientific Computing

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kansas has a strong program in theoretical and computational chemistry. Commensurate with this is a sizeable capacity for high performance computing that provides research groups the capability to attack computationally challenging problems in areas including atomic and optical physics, biological chemistry, electronic structure, materials science, and condensed phase reaction dynamics. The computational resources at KU include the Kansas Center for Advanced Scientific Computing (KCASC), the Molecular Graphics and Modeling (MGM) Lab, and individual group computers.

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