As a first time visitor to ISC 2017, I was impressed not by the products that the biggest names in the Enterprise IT Market were showcasing, but by the totally calm and poised way they were doing it. I was not met at the fairgrounds on my way in by a wall of visitors and backpackers as I was used to, when visiting IT-related fairs (CEBIT, Gamescon, Computex and the like), although there were people roaming through the stands and asking questions, as it should be, to companies’ representatives and salespeople. Yet the people walking around the ISC 2017 show floor were either journalists, manufacturers
After being named as the 2016 most ethical company in the world a few weeks ago, Dell is on point with yet another human enlightenment project. The company is teaming up with The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia’s national science agency, to help combat post-childbirth complications in women now. Dell will deliver the newest high performance computing cluster (HPC), named Pearcey. The Pearcey cluster supports CSIRO research activities in a broad range of areas such as Bioinformatics, Fluid Dynamics and Materials Science. One of these areas is part of helping combat post-childbirth complications, ensuring women get a better chance of avoiding post-birth related surgeries. One CSIRO
Supercars, supercomputers… they all have things in common. Regular cars and regular computers can do things just like supercars and supercomputers. But, there is something special in owning something “super”. Biohazard Annihilation F.A.T.E. is member of supergamingcomputers. Is it good enough?