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SC16 Hints at What Supercomputing Means for Manufacturing

SC16Each year, the top talents and technologies in computing converge at the SC supercomputing conference to focus attention on how computing power can be used to solve some of mankind’s greatest challenges. For those of you who couldn’t make it to Salt Lake City this year, Jamie Gooch, editorial director of Digital Engineering, describes some of the highlights of the largest HPC conference on the Planet, such as HPC Matters in precision medicine; how NVIDIA is partnering with the National Cancer Institute and other organizations on an initiative to accelerate cancer research; Intel expanded upon its Scalable System Framework to simplify the procurement, deployment and management of HPC systems; and Dell announced its EMC HPC System for Manufacturing designed for large, small- and mid-size manufacturers looking to make the leap to HPC. Read the Digital Manufacturing article HERE.

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