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  • Blog Post: Microsoft takes technical computing to the clouds at Supercomputing 2010!

    Today Microsoft’s Technical Computing and eXtreme Computing groups kick off the company’s presence at Supercomputing 2010 in New Orleans. Technical computing, or supercomputing, harnesses massive computing power and enormous data for advanced modeling and simulation, which can be a...
  • Blog Post: Windows HPC Server Debuts in Top 25 at ISC

    Today at International Supercomputing in Dresden, Germany Microsoft debuted in the top 25 of the world’s top 500 largest supercomputers with the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), which ranked at No. 23 with 68.5 teraflops. The company also announced that the release candidate...
  • Blog Post: What's Next in Tech? NCBI BLAST on Windows Azure

    As the Microsoft Technical Computing and eXtreme Computing groups close out their week at the Supercomputing 2010 event in New Orleans, the Next in Tech takes a look at how NCBI BLAST on Windows Azure is helping take cloud advancements out of Microsoft’s labs and into the labs of the scientific...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Breaks Into Top 10 of World's Most Powerful Supercomputers

    Today at the Supercomputing 2008 conference, Microsoft Corp. debuted in the top 10 of the world's most powerful supercomputers with Shanghai Supercomputer Center and Dawning Information Industry Co. Ltd., which ranked at No. 10 with 180.6 teraflops, the parallel computing speed, and 77.5 percent .efficiency...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and Cray team up to drive High Productivity Computing into the Mainstream

    Cray CX1 Supercomputer with Windows HPC Server 2008 and Intel Xeon Processors Starts At $25,000 and Provides "Ease-of-Everything" For New Users of HPC Today Cray Inc. and Microsoft are teaming for the first time to announce a compact supercomputer, the Cray CX1 pre-installed with Windows HPC Server...