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Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel have delivered the Aurora exascale supercomputer to the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois, providing researchers access to an artificial intelligence-capable system with a computing capacity of one quintillion operations per second. Aurora is built with the HPE Cray EX supercomputer and uses the HPE Slingshot high-performance fabric […] More

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has secured an other transaction authority agreement from the Defense Information Systems Agency to build a prototype capability as part of a program that seeks to modernize the x86 server architecture to “achieve a unified operating experience” while supporting secure hybrid cloud and multicloud deployments. DISA announced the OTA award in a LinkedIn post published Friday.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise will send to the International Space Station a commercial off-the-shelf supercomputer as part of an ISS National Laboratory-sponsored experiment meant to further assess high-performance computing in space and improve research capabilities on the orbiting lab. The updated HPE Spaceborne Computer-2 is based on HPE ProLiant and EdgeLine servers and is expected to launch no later than Jan. 29 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida as part of Northrop Grumman’s 20th commercial resupply services mission to the ISS, the national lab said Tuesday.

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Los Alamos National Laboratory is in the process of testing Crossroads, the successor to a high-performance computing machine used by the National Nuclear Security Administration to monitor U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile. The Hewlett Packard Enterprise-built system will replace the aging Trinity supercomputer as part of NNSA’s continuous upgrades to support large data sets for stockpile […] More
Los Alamos National Laboratory is in the process of testing Crossroads, the successor to a supercomputer used by the National Nuclear Security Administration to monitor U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile. The Hewlett Packard Enterprise-built Crossroads will replace Trinity, the first platform under NNSA's Advanced Simulation and Computing Program, as part of continuous upgrades to support large data sets for stockpile simulation and computation. More
A U.S. Army research and development center has tapped Hewlett Packard Enterprise to help the Department of Defense modernize the high performance computing capabilities of its laboratories. HPE was awarded a $26.5 million firm-fixed-price contract from the Army Corps of Engineers’ Engineer Research and Development Center for HPC Modernization Program support over a 70-month performance […] More
Intel, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the Department of Energy have finished the installation of 10,624 compute blades into the Aurora exascale supercomputer at DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois. Aurora uses the HPE Slingshot high-performance fabric and comes with 1,024 storage nodes designed to provide 220 petabytes of capacity, Intel said Thursday. The supercomputer is […] More
The Defense Information Systems Agency is deploying a suite of cloud-based edge services platforms from Hewlett Packard Enterprise to modernize and secure its multi-class wireless networks as part of a broader digital transformation initiative. The effort includes the deployment of HPE Aruba Networking Wi-Fi 6 Access Points and HPE Aruba Networking ClearPass to enable secure […] More
John Phillips, an industry veteran who previously served at IronNet Cybersecurity and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, was named vice president of federal sales at network security company MixMode. In his new role, Phillips will oversee the growth of MixMode’s federal business and the adoption of its artificial intelligence-powered platform by federal partners, the company said Wednesday.  […] More
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory have started installing a supercomputer, dubbed Kestrel, designed to advance research on clean energy technologies and renewable energy. DOE’s office of energy efficiency and renewable energy will use the high-performance computing system to pursue research in continuum mechanics and computational materials and perform […] More
Henry Tragle, a former director at Hewlett Packard Enterprise‘s Aruba subsidiary, has been appointed vice president of the Department of Defense at Iron Bow Technologies. In a LinkedIn post, Tragle shared that he will be responsible for the U.S. Army and Defense Information Systems Agency groups at the Herndon, Virginia-headquartered technology company. Tragle’s move followed […] More
Regina Dugan, who led the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency from 2009 to 2012, has joined the board of directors of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. The nearly three-decade public and private sector veteran will serve on the technology committee of HPE’s board, the company said Thursday. Antonio Neri, CEO and president of HPE, stated that Dugan […] More
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