Partner Spotlight: GPUdb

GPUdb, founded in 2006, is a GPU accelerated in-memory distributed database with a native visualization pipeline built in, designed to ingest and conduct on-the-fly analytics on ultra-high velocity big data feeds. Originally designed as a geospatial and temporal computational engine for the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) at Fort Belvoir, GPUdb evolved … Continued

How Large Enterprises Can Leverage SAP HANA

We recently published a white paper explaining how enterprises can run SAP Business Suite and other SAP applications on a company-wide scale. It describes the SGI® UV® for SAP HANA solution, which uses a scale-up, single-node architecture with breakthrough coherent shared memory to enables real-time operations at extreme-scale and lower TCO. SGI UV for SAP … Continued

SGI Management Suite Reduces Time and Resources Spent Administering HPC Systems

Exascale computing is still a long way in the future. However, SGI’s relentless drive to get there is already yielding exciting solutions to accelerate discovery with greater speed, scale and efficiency. On the efficiency front, one such development is an integrated tool-set solution for initiating management actions, monitoring essential system metrics and improving overall power … Continued

Faster seismic processing and imaging – a huge advantage for DUG

SGI and DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG) have partnered together for over 8 years to speed seismic processing and imaging. At the forefront of oil and gas exploration, DUG is using their SGI® Rackable® Cluster, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, to significantly accelerate turnaround times for processing seismic data. DUG customers are … Continued

Partner Spotlight: ComnetCo

Company Overview Founded in 1995, ComnetCo, Inc., has established a strong reputation as a Federal and Commercial high performance computing (HPC) solutions provider by establishing a proven track record of technical competence in a wide range of applications. Headquartered in Huntington, New York, this small business firm is supplying HPC systems ranging in size, up … Continued

SAP® Gives SGI® Some LUV at SAP TechEd && d-code Event

At the SAP TechEd && d-code event in Las Vegas on 10/20, SAP’s Steve Lucas and John Appleby highlighted the powerful new SGI appliance, SGI UV for SAP HANA, to consume all Wikipedia data in a short amount of time and twice as fast as the competition—30 TBs of data, a quarter of a trillion … Continued

SGI Leads “HPC Matters” Plenary at SC14

SGI’s heritage in High Performance Computing (HPC) goes back decades.  As a long-time exhibitor and supporter of the annual Supercomputing event, we couldn’t be more proud to be leading the show’s inaugural “HPC Matters” plenary this November in New Orleans, LA. SGI’s CTO, Dr. Eng Lim Goh will demonstrate the nature of supercomputers across much … Continued

2014 HPCwire nominations – Let the voting begin!

SGI is proud to be nominated alongside many of our partners and customers in nine categories for the 2014 HPCwire Readers Choice Awards. Each year the HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards recognize outstanding individuals and organizations in the industry. The winners of these prestigious awards are announced live at SC’14 in New Orleans, LA. We encourage … Continued

SGI UV 2000 is the FASTEST, MOST POWERFUL Supercomputer…..

Like any proud parent, we can’t help but brag about our babies.    This week we were excited to announce that the SGI® UV™ 2000 became the first single node SMP to exceed 100 GTEPS, as verified by the Graph 500 benchmark test for measuring large data volume processing by supercomputers. In addition to this … Continued

A Bold, New Look for SGI

SGI is unveiling a new and exciting corporate website. The current site had not seen major changes in quite some time, and a fresh new look has been long overdue. The new and improved site design features a high-tech inspired chrome logo and updated messaging that showcases SGI’s leadership in High Performance Computing (HPC)–which is stronger … Continued