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"A New Era in HPC" – Bright to Present at Dell’s Virtual HPC Community Meeting

By Grant Gustafson | June 23, 2020

For many years, Bright has been a regular participant and contributor to Dell’s HPC Community Meetings, so I was saddened that these physical events – like all other HPC industry events – have been put on hold for the foreseeable future. They present such a great networking opportunity, enabling customers and partners to connect and giving us all a platform to share our vision for the HPC industry. With so many of us mostly home-based, I think we are all missing face-to-face contact with our HPC peers.

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Navigating Virtual Data Centers for Autonomous Driving - Don’t Miss a Great Webinar

By Grant Gustafson | April 28, 2020

The development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) - also known as autonomous driving (AD) - relies heavily on massive amounts of real-world training data that consists of data gathered over the course of millions of miles of test driving and thousands of concurrent simulations. To be successful, car manufacturers must be able to simultaneously ingest thousands of concurrent streams of data, apply artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to Petabyte size training data sets, and archive these datasets for decades to come.

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Bright and Dell EMC – Setting the Stage for SC18

By Grant Gustafson | November 09, 2018

With SC 18 in Dallas just a few days away, I thought I’d write a brief blog post to give our community an update on how Dell EMC and Bright are collaborating at the supercomputing industry’s largest event of the year.

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AI Operations: It Can’t Be Just an Afterthought

By Grant Gustafson | October 30, 2018

I’d like to draw your attention to a webinar taking place tomorrow, Wednesday October 31st, at 11am CDT. This is a must-attend webinar for anyone who is exploring how to deploy and manage an Artificial Intelligence (AI) environment. 

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Bright and Dell EMC – Collaborating at ISC

By Grant Gustafson | June 22, 2018

This will be my first trip to ISC, and as an American that resided in Germany for two decades, one that I am very much looking forward to.

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Bright and Dell EMC Collaborate on Joint Development of Machine Learning Solutions

By Grant Gustafson | March 23, 2018

Hot on the heels of the Dell EMC HPC Community Meeting which took place earlier this week, we’re gearing up for NVIDIA GTC, March 26-29 in San Jose, and I’m pleased to say that Bright will be present on the Dell EMC booth at the event.

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Gearing Up for the Dell EMC HPC Community Meeting

By Grant Gustafson | March 12, 2018

The Dell EMC HPC Community Meeting that takes place in Austin each March is a permanent fixture in the Bright calendar, but this year will be my first. In my new role as Director of Dell Sales at Bright Computing, I very much look forward to networking with the Dell community; both Dell staff and customers alike.

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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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Bright and the First Maryland HPC User Group Meeting

By Grant Gustafson | May 02, 2017

HPC has come a long way over the past few years, as was evident through discussions and best practices shared at the first Maryland HPC User Group, which took place last week and drew 50 participants from the Washington DC-Baltimore metro area. 

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