Back in December 2018, Darryl Weaver, Verne Global's Head of Cloud Engineering and Stig Telfer, CTO at StackHPC delivered a joint presentation at the OpenStack Summit in Berlin on Monitoring as a Service in the HPC Cloud.
Following our first AI and HPC Field Trip to Iceland in October, we're pleased to announce we will be running a second Field Trip between 25-27 March, 2019. If you're working within the field of intensive AI and deep neural network development, and would like to be considered for attendance, please get in touch.
London, UK and SC18 Dallas, Texas - Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced the expansion of hpcDIRECT, its optimised bare-metal infrastructure solution, to include servers with Arm®-based Marvell® ThunderX2 processors.
Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced that VoiceBase, the leading provider of speech analytics for the cloud, is utilising its HPC-optimised bare-metal infrastructure – hpcDIRECT – to accelerate the development of new artificial intelligence (AI) powered voice analytics services.
Leverages Verne Global’s access to Iceland’s abundant, renewable power for its 5.1 petaFLOPS supercomputer
Verne Global is excited to announce we will be running an AI and HPC Field Trip to Iceland between the 23-25 October. The Field Trip will bring a select group of European and North American AI pioneers together to share insight, network and showcase how AI communities in Iceland are pushing the boundaries of AI and deep neural network development.
Verne Global's Director of Research, Spencer Lamb, was featured in the UK Public Sector Technology Review 2018, as part of the The Times. His feature focused on how Iceland and Verne Global's TrueHPC solutions are perfectly positioned to help the UK research and science sector on their high performance computing (HPC) workloads.
CIOReview have selected Verne Global as one of their Top 20 'most promising solution providers' in their annual review of the international high performance computing (HPC) marketplace.
London, UK, 9 July, 2018 – Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced that it has been approved by the Crown Commercial Service as a UK government supplier under the G-Cloud 10 (G10) framework.
Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced Satavia – specialists in digital environmental intelligence for the global aviation industry – will be utilising Verne Global’s HPC optimised bare metal infrastructure, hpcDIRECT, to extend its pioneering research into the environmental factors impacting the efficiency of the aviation sector.
Verne Global's CTO, Tate Cantrell, was featured in an article within Digital Engineering on the use of HPC and the obstacles that need to be surpassed by SMEs to enable them to take full advantage of the benefits HPC can offer advanced manufacturing.
Cloudflare adds Verne Global to their Global Anycast Network to improve the performance of over 7 million Internet properties.
Innovative software engineering firm leverages Verne Global’s HPC-optimised campus to support rapid growth