Nor-Tech has 2 new advanced NVIDIA certifications…thanks NVIDIA!

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Two shout outs to Nor-Tech staffers and a big thank you to NVIDIA! Nor-Tech’s VP of Engineering Dom Daninger has completed  NVIDIA’s Technical Training for Accelerated Computing and passed 7 required tests. Senior Account Executive Tom Morton has completed NVIDIA’s Sales Training for Accelerated Computing and passed 2 tests. We are also an NVIDIA Preferred… Read more »

Check Out Our New HPC Cluster Support Solutions At SC17

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We will be showing off our brand new NT-EZ suite of cluster solutions at Supercomputing 2017 (SC17) Nov. 13-16 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. NT-EZ is a suite of cost-effective solutions that remove the classic obstacles to high performance computing. These solutions include: • NT-EZ Remote Visualization: Storage access too slow? With NT-EZ… Read more »

Did you know that we offer fully customizable workstations integrated with CAE Applications?

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Our fully customizable Voyageur-branded workstations are integrated with a range of applications such as AutoCAD. These are the most efficient, effective and high performing workstations available. Features include: Purpose Built. Workstations can be tailored to a particular industry or function to optimize productivity and results and reduce time needed to complete tasks. Cost/Performance. While the investment in… Read more »

Nor-Tech’s HPC Clusters for Physics Continue to Help Detect Gravitational Waves

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For the first time, scientists have directly detected gravitational waves—ripples in space and time—in addition to light from the spectacular collision of two neutron stars. This marks the first time that a cosmic event has been viewed in both gravitational waves and light. The discovery was made using the U.S.-based Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO);… Read more »

Nor-Tech HPC Cluster Research Clients Win 2 Nobel Physics Prizes

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Two of Nor-Tech’s HPC cluster client research projects, the LIGO Gravitational Wave Observation and The IceCube Neutrino Study, were each awarded a Nobel Prize for Physics; LIGO in 2017 (announced last week) and IceCube in 2015. In awarding this year’s prize to The LIGO Gravitational Wave project, the Royal Swedish Academy called the project’s detection… Read more »

Nor-Tech HPC Cluster Client Wins Nobel Prize for LIGO Gravitational Wave Discovery

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This morning, one of our HPC cluster clients won the Nobel Prize for Physics! The project was supported and continues to be supported by Nor-Tech Technology. Rainer Weiss, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Kip Thorne and Barry Barish, both of the California Institute of Technology, were awarded the prize for the… Read more »

Nor-Tech Announces HPC Clusters integrated with NVIDIA Volta Technology to Boost Data Center Productivity and Throughput

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NVIDIA Tesla V100, powered by NVIDIA Volta™ architecture, is the world’s most advanced data center GPU ever built to accelerate AI, HPC, and graphics applications. NVIDIA Volta, Tesla V100 offers the performance of 100 CPUs in a single GPU—enabling data scientists, researchers, and engineers to tackle challenges that once were impossible. NVIDIA Volta features: Tensor… Read more »

Nor-Tech’s Trailblazing Rapid HPC Cluster Recovery (RCR) Utility for Free On-the-Spot Disaster Recovery.

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Nor-Tech’s reputation as an innovator is growing rapidly—mainly because our engineers see an industry-wide issue and devote the resources to figure out a solution—innovation is just in our culture. And what has always been more of a problem than technology that goes down and stays down for a long time? Our engineers came up with… Read more »

America’s soon-to-be greatest supercomputer

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The Oak Ridge National Lab’s (ORNL) Summit supercomputer, nearing completion, will be the most powerful supercomputer in the U.S. and maybe the world. Summit will be 5-10X more powerful than its predecessor, ORNL’s Titan, which will continue running for about a year after Summit goes online. Poor, sad, geriatric Titan is 5 years old and… Read more »