Farice, an Icelandic operator of two submarine cables, has launched a seabed survey for a new direct current (DC) cable connecting Iceland and Ireland that will boost redundancy and lower the latency to UK and US, making Iceland even more attractive for data center infrastructure.
We have run OpenFOAM using 3 different configurations of HPCFLOW (1, 2 and 4 nodes) against comparable Azure configurations. Our tests have shown that HPCFLOW is up to 50% faster than Azure’s HBv2, depending on the complexity and size of the project.
atNorth Data Centers (atNorth) in collaboration with Intel® is providing it’s HPCFLOW HPCaaS platform free of charge to the University of Geneva’s Global Institute of Health in order to develop a stochastic network model that simulates the spread of COVID-19.
Join us (Gisli Kr. - atNorth, Ben Watson - Zenuity, Siobhan Ellis - Bamboo Systems) in a discussion around sustainability, circular economy and what this means for the IT/Datacenter industry. Part 3 of 3.
Join us (Gisli Kr. - atNorth, Ben Watson - Zenuity, Siobhan Ellis - Bamboo Systems) in a discussion around sustainability, circular economy and what this means for the IT/Datacenter industry. Part 2 of 3.
Join us (Gisli Kr. - atNorth, Ben Watson - Zenuity, Siobhan Ellis - Bamboo Systems) in a discussion around sustainability, circular economy and what this means for the IT/Datacenter industry. Part 1 of 3
atNorth’ (atNorth) partnership with NUMECA International enables the most challenging simulation and modeling workloads, helping design next-generation ships, aircraft and cars that are faster, safer and more energy-efficient.
We have built our facilities from the ground-up for cryptocurrency mining, providing efficiencies and cost-competitiveness that other mining services providers cannot offer. In everything from electrical infrastructure to hardware cooling design, atNorth’s physical infrastructure began with a “greenfield” and built its crypto mining solutions on top of that.
We’re happy to share that we’re joining forces with Altair, a global technology company that provides software and cloud solutions in the areas of product development, high performance computing (HPC), and data analytics, to empower companies running computationally intensive workloads with greater flexibility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Choosing the right HPC as-a-Service vendor is an important step towards curbing costs and solving complex problems in order to drive growth. The process can be lengthy and difficult, so to make things easier for you, we’ve put together this quick checklist to help you implement the right evaluation standards.
Hot springs, lava fields, geysers and rustic nature – most people are familiar with the gems of Iceland. But did you know that this Nordic nation is also an easily accessed tech hub with temperate climate and an abundance of renewable energy?
Compute-intensive organizations are currently facing many challenges. The three considerations you will read in this blog post drive toward a single conclusion: The old ways of running your IT and HPC may not remain the smartest and most cost-effective going forward. It may be time for a from-the-ground-up reevaluation of your organization’s compute as well.
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