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Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have launched the world’s first exascale supercomputer designed to accelerate discoveries in areas such as disease diagnosis and prognosis, new materials, drug discovery and renewable energy. The HPE-built Frontier supercomputer reached a performance of 1.1 exaflops, making it the world’s fastest supercomputer based […] More
A Hewlett Packard Enterprise subsidiary can now provide its cloud-based networking platform to government customers after securing product approval from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. Aruba’s Central software-as-a-service offering is designed to help organizations manage information technology networks from a single dashboard, the HPE-owned business said Thursday. “We’re seeing our government customers migrate […] More
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have launched a testbed supercomputer designed to help developers and scientists optimize artificial intelligence, scientific and engineering projects planned for Aurora, the forthcoming exascale supercomputer. The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility will host and manage the Polaris testbed supercomputer, which will be installed by HPE […] More
Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise conducted an experiment involving genomics testing to demonstrate how an edge-to-cloud computational workflow could help overcome bandwidth and computing limitations between the International Space Station and Earth. The Azure Space team at Microsoft launched an experiment that involved monitoring astronauts’ health and sequencing their genomes aboard the ISS, Gabe Monroy, […] More

Microsoft has teamed up with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to connect its Azure cloud to the International Space Station through HPE’s Spaceborne Computer-2. SBC-2 is set to fly aboard Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus spacecraft as part of Northrop’s 15th commercial resupply mission to the orbiting laboratory on Feb. 20, and will bring artificial intelligence, cloud connectivity and edge computing capabilities to the ISS.

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