HPE to Acquire SGI

I am thrilled to announce Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SGI. Our highly complementary portfolio will extend and strengthen HPE’s current leadership position in the growing mission-critical and high performance segments of the server market.  This is great news for our customers, partners, investors and employees. SGI Extends HPE … Continued

SGI System Fuels Scientific and Engineering Research for the Energy Industry at Brazil’s Largest Federal University

The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Embarks on Ground-Breaking Energy Research Powered by New SGI Supercomputer The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), the largest university in Brazil, selected an SGI® ICE™ X system to advance critical research for the university and private companies across Brazil. For the past 15 years, UFRJ has … Continued

SGI Welcomes Cisco as a Solution Reseller!

We are proud to announce that SGI has entered into agreement wherein Cisco will resell the SGI® UV 300H, our purpose-built server for in-memory computing with SAP HANA®.  Complementing Cisco’s robust solution portfolio for SAP HANA, the SGI UV 300H is now available through Cisco’s salesforce and global channel network as a single-node (scale up) … Continued

SGI Encourages High School Students to Pursue Careers in Tech

SGI STEM Career Day STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skills remain in high demand—especially as technology becomes an ever more critical part of the economy and our personal lives. High tech companies need to do their part to nurture early interest in these fields. As a part of these efforts, eight North High School … Continued

CSIRO Deploys SGI UV 3000 for Pioneering Scientific Advancements

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia’s national science agency, selected SGI® to power its scientific research in a number of cutting-edge fields. CSIRO installed the SGI UV™ 3000 high performance computing (HPC) system, named “Ruby,” to handle massive data workloads and enable researchers across Australia to partner on projects designed to help … Continued