- Hey Supercomputer, Pause and Smell the Roses! Enjoy these Fall Colors!
- Ratcheting up the “Flops”, the US regains Supercomputing Leadership. Keep the Innovation Flame on!
- The Taming of Data – On the Value Train from Insights to Knowledge to Wisdom to perhaps Happiness?
- The Strategic Importance of Technical Computing Software
- No Apology for High Performance Computing (HPC)
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I received an email on my Smart Phone a while ago from Herb Schultz (Marketing Manager, IBM Systems and Technology Group for Technical Computing and Analytics) with the agenda for IBM’s Technical Computing IT Analyst meeting the following week in … Continue reading
This week’s big supercomputing story – It’s Red, White and Blue and … Green too! This past Monday (June/17), as I was sitting outside; reading and enjoying the nice sunny weather on the East Coast, I received an email alert … Continue reading
I recently attended the IBM #SmarterAnalytics Summit in New York City that focused on #Analytics and #Optimization. The sessions and the client panel in particular were superb and enlightening. Beyond, the typical discussions on technology, the IBM client panel … Continue reading
Beyond sticking processors together, Sticky Technical Computing and Cloud Software can help organizations unlock greater business value through automated integration of Technical Computing assets – Systems and Applications Software. Most mornings when I am in Connecticut and the weather is … Continue reading
A few months back, at one of my regular monthly CTO club gatherings here in Connecticut, an articulate speaker discussed the top three IT trends that are fundamentally poised to transform businesses and society at large. The speaker eloquently discussed … Continue reading
The design and engineering function in companies is in crisis. The engineering community must deliver designs better, faster and cheaper; design high quality products with lesser designers and across a distributed ecosystem of partners; and respond to increased CIO cost … Continue reading