Call for Speakers at SC17, Denver, CO

By Bright Staff | September 18, 2017

You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity speak at SC17! We are inviting customers and partners to speak on the show floor in our booth at the Colorado Convention Center, November 13-16. Bright will have a live Theater within the booth featuring hourly 20-minute presentations from Bright customers and partners. If you’re a Bright customer or partner, this is a perfect opportunity to promote your business and its success, in front of industry peers and potential customers. If you’re a customer, come talk about the cool and unique things you are doing with your Bright-managed environment. If you’re a partner, tell people about your unique Bright-enabled solutions and how Bright’s products are helping you achieve your goals.

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3 Uncommon Examples of Deep Learning in the Enterprise

By Lionel Gibbons | September 11, 2017

While tech companies like Google and Facebook have already invested heavily in deep learning technology as a core part of automating their services, the broader impact on enterprises more generally is just beginning.

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Join the Research Computing Technology Day all about Deep Learning and HPC

By Grant Gustafson | August 07, 2017

You've probably noticed an uptick in talk about machine learning and deep learning in your circle of HPC friends and colleagues. People are finding new ways to apply deep learning to all sorts of business problems and using HPC clusters to provide the compute power. But things are changing so rapidly that it's hard to keep up with all the new libraries, frameworks, architectures, and tools you can choose from. 

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CHPC – Did Bright Deliver on its Promise?

By Lee Carter | July 06, 2017

CHPC has been a Bright customer since 2015. We first wrote about CHPC shortly after the South Africa-based research organization had chosen Bright Cluster Manager to manage the infrastructure of its supercomputer facility, and since that time, our two companies have built a strong and dynamic relationship.

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Bright, Dell and NVIDIA Delve into Deep Learning

By Lee Carter | July 03, 2017

With Deep Learning experiencing unprecedented momentum in the HPC market, I find it exciting that Bright’s development team is focusing in on this area, and is involved in cutting edge Deep Learning innovation.

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Rich Brueckner Gets an Update from Bright Computing CEO Bill Wagner

By Lionel Gibbons | June 29, 2017

Rich Brueckner Gets an Update from Bright Computing Computing CEO Bill Wagner.

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Great New Resource for Machine Learning Developers

By Lionel Gibbons | June 28, 2017

Whether you’re just dabbling with deep learning or deeply mired machine learning, you know how rapidly things are changing. New tools, new techniques, new algorithms and methods…it’s hard to keep up.

Need help? I have a suggestion you may like. The new Dell EMC Machine Learning Knowledge Center.

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Intersect360 Speaks about the State of the Market for HPC at ISC2017

By Bright Staff | June 21, 2017

Yesterday, I sat in on an interesting session about the HPC market by Intersect360. The talk was led by Addison Snell and Christopher Willard and started with an informal discussion about what the audience would like to see in Addison’s Analyst Cross Fire panel taking place Wednesday, June 21 at 2:45 in the Panorama Room.  People want to know how HPC can support real-time data analytics for vertical applications at the Edge, Deep Learning and AI, and what the future looks like for these markets.

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Why Should Your Company Deploy A Private Cloud?

By Lionel Gibbons | June 06, 2017

These days business owners and managers are quite familiar with “the cloud.” But many don't realize that the cloud actually comes in two distinct flavors.

What most people have in mind when they speak of the cloud is offerings like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure, which are set up to host the data and applications of any customer who desires to use that platform. Because they are available to be shared among all comers, and are accessible through the public internet, such services are called the “public cloud.”

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