Setting the Scene for the Bright Reseller Community – 2020

By Jack Hanna | January 31, 2020

2019 was a great year here at Bright for many reasons, but for me, the highlight was the tremendous business growth that our Reseller community experienced. We have always worked closely with all our partners, and our company values the important role our Reseller partners play. Since I took responsibility for Bright’s reseller business in 2019, I have made it my job to take these relationships to the next level.

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Simula Research Laboratory Chooses Bright Computing to Underpin its Heterogeneous HPC Platform

By Bright Staff | January 29, 2020

Bright just announced that Simula Research Laboratory has chosen Bright Cluster Manager to manage its multi architecture, multi-OS high-performance computing (HPC) environment. Established in 2001, Simula Research Laboratory AS was organized to create knowledge about fundamental scientific challenges that are of genuine value to society. Simula has since established eX³, which has become the previously missing national resource for research on exascale computing in Norway.

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Waseda University leverages Bright Computing to simplify Cluster Management

By Bright Staff | January 23, 2020

Waseda University is currently conducting important research at their Yamaji Laboratory on nuclear reactor design and safety analysis cited in this recent case study provided by HPC Tech. Their research encompasses four major themes including:

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Multiple Workload Management Clusters with Bright 9.0

By Robert Stober | January 21, 2020

A significant change we’ve seen in the HPC landscape is the need to process data and run workloads at the edge. Last year, Bright delivered Bright Edge, which allows organizations to quickly and easily provision and manage servers at edge locations and enabled them to manage multiple locations as a single cluster. The new year brings with it Bright 9.0, which provides the ability to deploy and manage a workload manager (WLM) instance at each location.

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Bright SpotlightON Podcast Series – We Hear You Like It!

By Bright Staff | January 15, 2020

Thank you so much for the positive feedback we have received for our podcast series. We are glad you agree that this is a great way to receive bite-sized communiques, on the move, from Bright and our valued community of partners and industry friends.

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The future of high-performance computing infrastructure can be summed up in one word: “Different”

By Bill Wagner | January 07, 2020

At the beginning of each new year, many articles are written about what lies ahead in the coming year, especially in the fast-changing, ever-evolving area of tech.  When the new year is also the beginning of a new decade, the number of articles multiply accordingly.  

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Virtual Bright User Group - Pushing the Boundaries of Clustered Infrastructure Management

By Dan Kuczkowski | December 18, 2019

The Virtual Bright User Group meets twice a year to hear the latest product roadmap from Bright and to provide feedback into our strategy and product direction.

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University of Siegen – Securing its investment in HPC with Bright

By Terry Rush | December 13, 2019

I was delighted to see the press announcement from Bright last week, regarding a customer of mine, University of Siegen, who has chosen to significantly expand its Bright software footprint to address the increasingly varied and challenging demands of its research staff.

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Kicking off December at CIUK in Manchester

By Bright Staff | December 04, 2019

We are excited to be attending Computing Insight UK 2019 (CIUK) this week; arguably the most significant HPC event that takes place in the UK each year.

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Vendors put all of their chips on the table at SC19

By Bill Wagner | December 03, 2019

One of the key things that solidified for me coming out of the Supercomputing 2019 conference in Denver this year is how different high-performance computing infrastructure is going to look in a few years. Here are just a handful of the many chip-related announcements at SC that foreshadow what the future holds:

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