Tag Archives: extreme computing
bullion X86 enterprise server: the world’s fastest The international SPECint® benchmark results demonstrate the power of its architecture and the technological superiority of the Bull Coherence Switch over its competitors.
HPC services in secures Cloud mode to accelerate the adoption computer simulation by big players and SMEs
Initiative. Established with FSN, NumInnov is a pan-European provider of HPC services in secure Cloud mode. Its ecosystem, which already includes some 25 businesses and ISVs, will expand the ways that computer simulation is used in industry, energy, healthcare, culture and media, and homeland security.
To boost Europe’s position in High-Performance Computing (HPC), the biggest manufacturers and research centers, including Bull, have set up the ETP4HPC technology platform.
Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize 2012 awards three scientific teams for their advances in research and innovation
Designed to promote the use of HPC, this year the annual prize awarded by Bull and GENCI has recognized work in astrophysics, lasers and nanotechnologies.
The Valencia Board of Health, Prince Felipe Center of Research and Bull sign an agreement to establish a Chair in Computational Genomics
Together, the Board of Health in the Spanish region of Valencia, the Prince Felipe Research Center (PFCI) and Bull have created a new Chair in Computational Genomics.
A moment of great pride – Bull Angers welcomes Catherine Rivière, CEO of GENCI and eminent researchers
Catherine Rivière, CEO of France’s HPC organization GENCI, has visited Bull’s factory at Angers, France. The Group recently installed the CURIE Petascale supercomputer for GENCI.
Bull, the CEA, F4E and the JAEA inaugurate the Helios supercomputer in Rokkasho (Japan), dedicated to the Nuclear Fusion program
Extreme Computing. On 19 March, the Helios supercomputer – designed and implemented by Bull for the IFERC (International Fusion Energy Research Center) at Rokkasho, in Japan – was officially inaugurated. Delivering peak power of 1.5 Petaflops, this machine will provide computer modeling and simulation capacity for the research program linked to ITER, aimed at exploring new energy sources.
Eye-witness account. Philippe Lachamp, Director of the Helios project, looks back on the outstanding achievement of Bull’s teams in Rokkasho: implementing one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, starting with a blank canvas, in few months. Expertise, commitment and team spirit were at the heart of this extraordinary success story.
The University Hospital of Leiden (LUMC) has chosen Bull to design and implement a Big Data storage environment for its genetics research programs.
As a specialist in video compression solutions, ATEME will be using bullx supercomputers for its advanced multi-screen video encoding solutions.
GCOS 7 mainframes leveraging Extreme Computing technologies.
New Bull supercomputer powers weather and climate research at Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
KNMI (Netherlands): a Bull supercomputer for its weather research
Bernard Bury, SONACA’s IT Director
Belgian aerospace manufacturer SONACA is to use bullx® supercomputers from Bull for its sizing calculations on aeronautical and space structures. More than ever, this makes Bull the strategic IT partner for this hi-tech company, based at Gosselies in the town of Charleroi.